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Prologue — All the world's a stage: 

Life "is a comedy to those who think; 
A tragedy to those who feel." 




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Students of Paper 
Honor School Nurse 
At Exercises Friday 

The Junior College-Richmond 
Academy 1955 Rainbow, the school 
annual, has been dedicated to Mrs. 
Ralph C. Stevens, the school nurse. 
The presentation was made in 
chapel Friday morning, at which 
time Miss Eleanor Hemstreet, edi- 
tor, and Bob Klett. publisher, made 
the dedication and presented Mrs. 
Stevens with the attractive year- 
book, the largest yet published at 
the Academy. 

At the same program, the gradu- 
ating superlatives, chosen by their 
respective classes, were presented. 
They were, from the Junior Col- 
lege, Mr. Jules Godin, valedicto- 
rian; Best all round girl and boy, 
Miss Rosemary Feese and William 
Whatley; Most popular girl and 
boy, Joseph*Lee and Miss Beverly 
Farr; from the Richmond Academy 
senior class, valedictorian. Miss 
Katherine Major; Best all round 
girl and boy. Miss Camilla Pas- 
chal and Lenard Chavis; Most pop- 
ular senior girl and boy, Miss Bar- 
bara Clarke and William Belding; 
Most beautiful senior -girl, Miss 
Joan May: Most handsome senior 
boy, Raworth Williamson, and for 
sportsmanship, Al Stevenson. 

This group was featured in the 
annual as the grand finale of a 
play, the theme of which was the 
quotation from Horace Walpole. 
Life "is a comedy to those who 
think; A tragedy to those who 
feel." Miss Jacquelin Marshall 
was the adviser. 



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THE 

1955 
RAINBOW 



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Life "is a comedy to those who think; 
A tragedy to those who feel." 



— Horace Walpole 



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Life "is a comedy 
to those who think; 



A tragedy to those 
who feel." 





THE 

1955 
RAINBOW 



PRESENTS 



TV PREMIERE RADIO JCA-ARC 



A one-act play 



(THE TRAGI-COMEDY) 



"IT HAPPENED HERE THIS YEAR" 




STARRING 







MRS. RALPH C. STEVENS, R. N. 



Because throughout the play you have made us evaluate ourselves and 
prompted us toward higher goals; because we believe in your ideals; 
because the fineness that we have seen in your life has enriched our 
own; and because your individual interest has meant so much, we 
dedicate this RAINBOW of 1955 to you, Mrs. Stevens. 



DIRECTORS . . 



PRESIDENT 




ANTON P. MARKERT 
B.S. in C.E., M.A. 



To them we owe the profit gained from their 
experience, the time freely given for help on 
difficult scenes and the cues that will be useful 
in productions to come. 



DEAN 




WILLIAM LEROY MADEN 
A.B., M.A. 




MRS. D. F.MILLER 
Secretary 




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MRS. G.L.BOLTON 
Secretary 




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MRS. L. E. HARRIS MR. T). B. ROBINSON 
Dietitian Bookkeeper 




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PRODUCERS 




Left to Right: 

MARGARET BAILIE. B.S., B.A.L.S., Librarian 
BETH BARTLES. B.S., Business Education 
GEORGE LANGSTON BOLTON, B.S.. Mathematics, 

Athletics 



CHARLES GUY CORDLE, A.B., M.A., M.A.. History 
GEORGE MARTIN DASHER. Wood Shop 
HARRY DOLYNIUK, A.B.. M.A., Chemistry 
JOHN F. DOOLEY, S.F.C.. Ass't. Instructor of M.S.&T.. 
Rifle Team Coach 



ANN WISHART I1RAI1DY, A.B., M.A., English 
THELMA BROWNETTE, B.F.A.. M.F.A., Art 
BILLY E. CARROW. M/SGT.. M.S.&T.. Instructor 
BETTY CLARK, B.S.. Physical Education 



ELROY OUPUIS, A.B., M.A.. English 
JAMES DYE, B.S.. English 
JOHN EVANS EUBANKS. A.B..M.A.. Latin. 
Government. Psychology 




MARSHALL JACKSON FLOWERS. JR. B.S., World 

Geography, Athletics. Mathematics, Spanish 
LAWRENCE ALBERT FOX, B.A., Mechanical Drawing 
LOUIS FRIEDMAN, B.S. in Music. M.M. Music 
Education 



MARY EVANS HALL, B.S.. Business Education 
GEORGE M. HARDY, B.S.A.E., Co-ordinator D.C.T. 
LEANDER R. HATHAWAY. Capt.. Infantry. P.M.S.&T. 
JANE HEARX. All.. B.A.L.S., Librarian 



NORMAN L. GALLOWAY, B.S.. M.A.. Eccnomics, 

History. Psychology 
MARY SAVAGE GILLILAND. A.B.. M.A., Mathematics 
LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN. B.S.. M.S.. Biology 
LEAH DOROTHY HALBERT, B. of Music, Choral Music 



GEORGE TURNER HOWARD. B.S., L.L.B.. Spanish 
THOMAS J. HUFFMAN, A.B., M.A.. History 
FRANK EDWIN INMAN, B.S.. M.Ed.. Chemistry, 
Athletics 



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HILTON N. JOHNSON, M/SGT., M.S.&T. Instructor 

FRANK E. LAMBERT. B.S., M.S.. Chemistry 

J. CURTIS LUCKEY, B.S., Mathematics 

MARY JAQUELIN MARSHALL, A.B., M.A., English 



HARRY CHAPMAN MILLIGAN, B.S.. Mathematics, 

Athletics 
CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL, A.B., M.A., English 
JOSEPHINE G. MORRIS, B.S., Business Education 



PRODUCERS 



Lett to Right: 

AMANDA II. MOSELEY, B.S., Homemaking Education 

JOSEPH RUFUS MOSELEY. U.S.. M.S.. Mathematics 
WILLIAM G. MURPHY, M/SGT.. Jr. Detachment 

1st Sgt. 
JESSE L. McDANIELS, A.B., M.A.. Business Education 




M I LI ilt A McGAHEE, 1 year college certificate. Social 

Science 
GLADYS NEEDHAM, A. I!.. M.Ed.. Professional 

Certificate in Counseling and Guidance, Guidance 
JOSEPH JEFFERSON' NlXo.N. A. p.. MA.., Economics, 

History. English 



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\V. G. OELLER1CH. B.S.. Mathematics 
SARA WINNIE OYERSTREET. B.S.. M.A . French 
AUBURN GABELLE OWENS V.B. English 
GLADYS RUE RANDELL. B.S.. History 

GEORGE MILTON SCOTT. A.B.. B.Litt., M.A.. English 

PAULINE STEVENS. R.N., Nurse 

GRACE STRAUSS. A.B., M.A.. History 

CHESTER McKINLEY SUTTON. A.B., M.A., English 



HENRY OSGOOD READ. Ph.B.. M.A.. English 
JOE MAYS ROBERTSON. B.S.. M.A.. Mathematics 
DOUGLAS B. ROBINSON, A.B., M.A., Prof, of Business 
Ed.. Bookkeeper 

JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY. B.S.. M.S.. Physics 
RUBY CLOER TURNER. A.B.. Education 
SHELBY LEE WALLACE, A.B.. M.S., Human 
Biology, Zoology 









MARGARET VIDETTO WHITE, B.S., Family Living, 

Homemaking Education 
ARTHUR LEONARD WILLIAMS. A.B.. Economics. 

History. Athletics 
GROVER BENTON WILLIAMS, A.B.. M.A.. Mathematics 



PERCY WISE, A.B., M.A.. Spanish. French 
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FACULTY 
WILLIAM M. BROWN. Automotive Shop 
RAYMOND B. DUFORD, Electricity 
WALTER H. FORD. Radio and Electronics 




WILLIAM A. GR1MSLEY. Air Conditioning and 

Refrigeration 
WYNORA P. HARMON, Beauty Culture 
JAMES K. RODGERS, Machine and Welding 

NOT PICTURED: 

ESTHER B. CALDWELL. General Elementary and High 

BONNIE LILLYWHITE. Commercial 

PEGGY MALONE, Secretary of Vocational School 

NAOMI MORRIS, Secretary of Vocational School 

*On leave of absence 



JEAN WILLIAMS. B.S.. Business Education 
*RUTH GREGORY McAULIFFE. B.A., M.A.. Latin, 

History 
*VIRGINIA FIELD SMITH, B.A.. M.A., Guidance 

LYNN OGDEN. B.S., M.S., Director of Vocational School 
MINNIE McGEE SACKETT, B.S., Business Education 
DON WINTERS, Printing 

ELIZABETH WOLF. Assistant Principal of Vocational 
School 




PROGRAM 



for the 

1955 RAINBOW 

"It Happened Here This Year" 

This is an annual production on our campus. During the progress 
of our play, we have found ourselves working from bit parts into leads. 
We and our friends have practiced together both behind stage and 
before the footlights to make our play a finished production. The plot 
began to unfold last fall and developed against a backdrop of many 
colors. Our purpose is to spotlight our part in this drama, whether it 
be in the classroom, in group activities, on the drill ground, or the 
athletic field. A program may suggest the framework, but only we who 
have lived the action can make it a success. The staff hopes that the 
RAINBOW will be the program you'll always keep, from the play you'll 
always remember. 

CAST — Some of us have played leading roles already, but all have 
received the direction and experience necessary for the creation of 
future stars. 

JCA Sophomores 
JCA Freshmen 

ARC Seniors 
ARC Juniors 
ARC Sophomores 

ACT I Military 

ACT II Athletics 

ACT III Organizations 

ACT IV Features 

ACT V Advertisements 

"It Happened Here This Year" — The Curtain rises! — The play begins. 




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J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 




OFFICERS 

Beverly Farr President 

Rosemary Feese Vice-President 

Robert Burgess Secretary-Treasurer 





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ANNE DYE 

"Write me as one who loves her fellow- 
nian." 

HERMAN EITNER 

"The Golden Rule works like gravitation." 

SYLVIA LEE EDWARDS 

"Good sense and good nature are ever 
joined." 

Sudent Y 1 ; Secretary 1 ; Christian Work- 
ers Council 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 2 ; Rain- 
bow Girls 1, 2. 

BERT ENG 

"Give the best to the world, and the best 
will come back to you." 






KATHERINE BARNES 
"You will find her true and just, A girl 
whom all will love and trust.'' 

CHARLES BOWEN 

"M'y only books were woman's looks, and 
folly's all they've taught me." 

BEVERLY JANE BRANDENBURG 

"A miss is as good as she wants to be." 
High Honor 1; Zeta Rho Sigma 1. 2: 
Student Y 1, President 2; Musketeer Staff 
1. 2; Christian Workers Council 1. 



ROBERT BRANTLEY BURGESS 

"Smile at the world, and it will smile back 
at you." 

Honor 1 ; Rho Chi 1 ; Kappa Alpha Kap- 
pa 2 ; Class Sec.-Treas. 2 : Christian 
Workers Council 2. 

ETHEL CAROLINE COURSON 

• Grace, gentleness, and beauty." 
Treble Clef Club 2 : Zeta Rho Sigma 2 ; 
Secretary 2; Christian Workers Council 1. 



ARLIS DREW 
"Too low they build, 
the star." 



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BEVERLY JEAN FARR 

"Describe her who can, a combination that 
is pleasant in woman.'" 

Christian Workers Council 1, 2 ; Class 
President 2 ; Student Y 2 ; Chaplain ; 
Honors 1 ; Worthy Advisor, Order of the 
Rainbow for Girls. 



ROSEMARY LEE FEESE 

"Quick and lively, happy and gay, a smile 

for all who come her way.'' 

Vice President Class 2 ; High Honor 1 ; 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2. 

ROBERT FISHER 

"Kindness is a virtue to treasure always." 




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SHIRLEY FREELAND 
"Not for self, but for others." 

LAMAR HOWELL GILMORE 

"Eternal smiles, his happiness betray." 

HENRY JULES GODIN, JR. 

"Hitch your wagon to a star and therefore 
attain great heights.'' 
High Honor 1; Kappa Alpha Kappa 2. 



DAVID LAMAR GUY 

"High hopes for the future." 



DAVID HALCAME 

"Eat, drink, and be merry ; for tomorrow 
is another day." 

JAMES ALEXANDER HARMON 

"It matters not where you stand ; but the 
direction in which you move." 




DALTON H. POOLE 

"Live so that you can look 
the eye." 



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ROY EMORY HENDRIX 

"He who has a thousand friends has not 
a friend to spare." 

DEAN H. JONES 

"He is well repaid that is well satisfied.'' 



LEONA ELAINE KILDUFF 

"Where would you go in all the world — to 
find a cuter, sweeter girl ?" 
Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2; President 2. 

JOSEPH MOORE LEE III 

"A heart with room for many friends." 
Kappa Gamma Rho 1, 2; Cheerleader 2 ; 
Kappa Alpha Kappa 2. 



BOBBIE SYLINA McDONALD 

"Those who bring sunshine into the lives 
of others, cannot keep it from them- 
selves." 

Treble Clef Club 1 ; Secretary 1 ; Student 
Y 1, 2 ; Secretary-Treasurer 1; Honor 1; 
Choraliers 1 ; Zeta Rho Sigma 2; J. Lee 
Etheredge Scholarship 2. 

JAMES MURPHY MENGER 

"He is gay himself, and the cause of gaiety 
in others." 
Cheerleader 1 ; Kappa Alpha Kappa 2. 



ERNEST EARL MITCHELL 
'Work and a clear conscience are pass- 
words anywhere.'' 

Honor 1 ; Board of Education Scholar- 
ship 1. 2. 



OLIVER THOMAS MORRIS 

"A good intention clothes itself with sud- 
den power." 
Kappa Alpha Kappa 2 ; Vice-President 2. 





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DAVID SWANN 

"Frame your mind to mirth and merri- 
ment." 



WILLIAM DONALD RAWLS 
"Energy and persistence conquer all 

things." 

Kappa Alpha Kappa 2. 

JERRY ANNE REESE 

"Looks to equal her grace." 
Treble Clef Club 1. 2; President 2; Rich- 
mond Choraliers 1 ; Student Y 1, 2; Honor 
1 : Future Teachers 2 ; Secretary 2 ; Zeta 
Rho Sigma 2; Julia Flisch Memorial 
Scholarship 1 ; Teaching Scholarship 2. 

JAMES DONALD REESE 

"An unerring sense of humor.'* 
Student Y 1. 2; Honor 1; Board of Ed- 
ucation Scholarship 2; Kappa Alph i 
Kappa 2. 



HERMAN LEE ROWELL 

"A little nonsense now and then — is relish- 
ed by he wisest men." 

Kappa Alpha Kappa 2; President 2; 
Kappa Gamma Rho 1 ; President 1. 

HAROLD CLINTON SMITH 

"Hope and be happy: That's all for the 

best." 

Kappa Alpha Kappa 2. 

MARY SMITH 

"Two noble things in life are sweetness 
and laughter." 





PETE WHATLEY 

"A warm-hearted genial. good-natured 
fellow." 
Student Council 1. 2: President 1, 2. 



ETHEL WALKER WRIGHT 



"Every day. every minute, 
living to the limit." 
Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2. 



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GRACE BELL YARBROUGH 
"Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins 

the soul." • 

Student Y 2 : Zeta Rho Sigma 2 ; Honor 1, 

2. 



C. M. YONGUE 

"The force of his own merit makes his 




MILDRED MARY YONGUE 
"A thousand hopes for your success.' 




J. C. A. FRESHMEN 




OFFICERS 

Adelaide Pund President 

Connie Cook Vice-President 

Wayne Jennings Secretary-Treasurer 




Betty Jane Arnold 
Theodore Atwood 
Ronald Bartlett 
Charles Bell 

Frances Bell 
Verdy Blackwell 
Wyman Boyd 
George Brown 




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Joseph Bugg 
Janice Butler 
Joyce Caldwell 



Nellie Callahan 
Mary Clark 
Connie Cook 




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Marilyn Evans 
Warren Faglier 
Mae Fields 





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Katherine Folk 
Walter Ford 
Gene Gibson 
Harold Griifin 



Jimmy Holden 
Joyce Hopkins 
Christine Hundley 







Wayne Jennings 
Eleanor Kilpatrick 
Terry Levy 



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J. C A. FRESHMEN 




Maurice Maige 
Jane Marschalk 
Mary McLeod 
George Mull 



Helen Mura 
Peggy Murphy 
Helen Myrick 
Janice O'Connell 



Laurence O'Connor 


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Adelaide Pund 
Leticia Ramos 






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Billie Rogers 
Carolan Salley 
Ann Satcher 
Marion Smith 



John Steed 
Thomas Strom 
Kenneth Symonds 
Bobby Teasley 



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Harriet Videtto 
Billy Welch 
Billy West 
Margaret Yarbrough 




A. R. C. SENIORS 



OFFICERS 

Camilla Paschal President 

Benny Mullins Vice-President 

Bill Harden Secretary-Treasurer 






DOYLE ABERNATHY 

"May your future ever be bright." 

BETTY RUTH ATKINSON 

"She is like a burst of sunshine on a rainy day 

HiKh Honor 3: Beta Club 2. 3; Rainbow Staff 4: Christian 
Workers' Council 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Richmond Choraliers 4. 

MARIAN KATHLENE ADKINS 

"A pretty face and sparkling eyes, 

Beneath which much mischief lies." 
Tri-Alpha 3. 4 ; Younp Life 2, 3. 4 : Honor 2, 3 ; Tubman Times 
Mer. 1 ; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Nurses Club 4 ; Christ- 
ian Workers" Council 2, 3, 4. 






DONALD EDWIN AKINS 

"The only way to have a friend is to be one." 
D.C.T. Club: Young Life 3, 4. 

WENDELL ALFORD 

"Mischief is where you find it. 
Especially if he's behind it." 

LUCIA ANN ALSTON 

"Neither too careless, nor too sad, nor too studious, nor too 
i?lad." Y-Teen 1, 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Vice 
President 3 ; Christian Workers' Council 3, 4. 





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A. R. C. SENIORS 




ANN STUART ANDERSON 

"A maid of excellent personage, possessd with that rare com- 
bination of playfulness and virtue." 
Tri-Theta 3, 4; President 4: Honor 2, 3; Rainbow Staff 2, 3; 
Gold "T" 1 ; Young Life 3, 4 : Beta Club 3, 4. 



WILLIAM THOMAS ANDERSON 
"Another like him would be hard to find.' 



TERRY ARNOLD 

"Quiet and carefree.'' 

JUDITH HILDRED AYERS 

"Pleasure fills your youthful years, Drop study if it interferes.' 




SUZIE BAGGOTT 

"Full of laughter, joy and charm, 

This young lass can do no harm." 
Student Council 1, 3; Class Officer 2; 
4 : Tubman Cheerleader 1 ; Tri-Alpha 3 
Vice-President 3 ; Christian Workers' Council 2, 3, 4 ; Honor 3 
Young Life 2, 3 4; Rainbow Staff 3; Gold "T" 1; Chorus 1 
Court of Homecoming Queen 4. 



Richmond Choraliers 3 
4; Future Teachers 3 



GEORGE FERDINAND BALK 
"Diligent, capable — aims for the top." 
Dramatic Club, 4. 



MARITA WARE BALLARD 
"An example of golden sweetness and delight." 
Christian Workers Council 4. 



BEN WILSON BARNES 

"Work is the meat of life, pleasure the dessert.' 
Golf Team 3 4. 



PATSY JO BARNES 

"Thinking is an idle waste of time." 
Transferred from Central High School. 

SHIRLEY ANN BARNES 
"Never idle, never still. 

Always smiling, always will." 

D. E. Club. 




A. R. C SENIORS 



EDXA YEXERA BEASLEY 
"Make good cheer and be right merry and 
sing with us now joyfully." 
Richmond Choraliers 2, ,3 4; Treble Clef 3, 4 : 
4- Rainbow Staff 3. 



Dramatic Club, 



REXXIE JUAXITA BEASLEY 

"Diligence wrought success." 

Honor 2 ; High Honor 3 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4 ; Christian 

Workers Council 4. 



OTIS WILLIAM BELDIXG 

"They say best men are moulded out of faults — and for the 
most, become much more the better-for being a little bad." 
Cheerleader 1, 4; Christian Workers Council 3, 4: Sec-Trea?. 
4 ; Young Life 2, 3, 4 ; Pres. 3 ; Richmond Fellowship Club 3. 



JACQUELINE ELIZABETH BELL 
"Frame your mind to mirth and merriment- 
sand harms and lengthens life." 



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JAMES RONALD BELL 
"To loaf is a science, to loaf is to live.' 
Rifle Team 3, 4; Sabre Club 4. 





LARRY DEAN BENNETT 
"Stars in athletics and friendship." 

Academy Hi-Y 2 : Class Officer 2: Richmond Fellowship Club 
3; Sabre Club 4: "A" Varsity Football 3. 4; "A" Varsiy Bas- 
ketball 3, 4 ; Track 3, 4 ; Young Life 2. 3. 4 ; Musketeer Staff 4. 



HAROLD EDWIN BENSON 

"A likeable fellow with amusing way? " 

Honor 2 ; Beta Club 3. 4 ; De Molay 4 ; Young Life 4. 



EVELYNE BERGER 

'"Wisdom to guide her ambition." 

Honor 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Treble Clef 3 ; Future Homemakers 

of America 3 ; Dramatic Club 4. 



MARY FRANCIS BLACK 
"A sweet face, a gay smile." 

THEORAN PAUL BLACKSTOCK 
"Let me be happy as long as I live. 
And live as long as I'm happy." 






A. R. C. SENIORS 




JAMES EDWIN BLACKWELL 

"A handsome knight there was, and that a worthy man.' 



CHARLES ESTES BLANCHARD 
"Sport that wrinkled care derides 

And laughter holding both his sides." 
Student Patrol 1; Young Life 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3; 
2, 3; Demolay 4; Christian Workers Council 4; 
Rho 4. 



Military Band 
Kappa Gamma 



LILLIAN GREY BOATWRIGHT 

"Be ffoiie dull care — thou and I shall never agree." 



MARY CAROLYN BOSTICK 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and her paths are peace." 
Beta Club 3, 4; CWC 2. 3, 4; Young Life 4; FHA 1. 2. 3 ; FTA 
3; Rainbow Staff 3; Y-Teens 2, Cheerleader 1; High Honors 
2, 3. 



GEORGE LOMBARD BOWEN 

"A love for rifles and the call of the forest" 

MS&T High Honors 2; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 : Richmond Hi-Y 2 ; 

Richmond Fellowship Club 3 ; Sabre Club 4 ; Pres. 4. 



ROBERT BUCKLEY 

"Gaiety in his manner; seriousness in his thought." 



CHARLES KENNETH BOYETTE 
"Good-looking guy, well-liked by all." 

Kappa Gamma Rho 3, 4 : Pres. 4 ; MS&T High Honors 
Club 4; B-Varsity Basketball 2. 




GORDON MIAL BRACK 

"Hest of luck for a prosperous future.' 
Commercial Art Club 4. 



CAROLYN M. BRANDON 

"And the smile she softly uses fills the silence like a speech." 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Tri-Alpha 4; Class Officer 2; 
Tubman Times 1. 



BETTY LOUISE BRAGAN 
"Laugh and live as only youth can." 
Majorette 3, 4 ; D.E. Club 3, 4 ; Dramati 
from Madison High School. Madison, 111. ; 
er 1 ; Chorus 1, 2. 



Club 4. Transferred 
F.H.A. 1 ; Cheerlead- 



WILLIAM MCCORD BRICKLE, 

"Fun is relished by the best of us." 
Young Life 3, 4. 



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A. R. C. SENIORS 



NANCY JEAN BRIDGES 

"Full of likeable simplicity and quietness." 



CHARLES WOOD BRIGHAM 
"With such a comrade, such a friend: 

I fain would walk 'till journey's end." 
Track 3, 4; IWS&T Merit Bar 3. 4 ; Kappa Gamma Rho 3, 
toon Sgt. 4 : Young Life 4 ; "B" Varsity Football 2, 3. 



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DOROTHY ANGELA BROWN 

Rainbow Girls 2, 3. 4; Future Nurses Club 4. 

WILLIAM BAYLISS BURDISON 

"Best kind of sport and a pal true-blue." 

Cadet Hi-Y 2 : High Honor 3 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; 

Young Life 4; Sabre Club 4 ; Track 4. 



MARJORIE ANNETTE BURGAMY 
"A merry smile that shows a bit of her sunny disposition." 
Honor 2 ; Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4: Richmond Chro- 
alers 3 ; Rainbow Staff 3, 4. 



HARRIET BRUCE 
"Her ambition is success." 





GAIL BURNETTE 

"No wonder teachers' hair turns gray, 

I chatter, chatter all the day." 
Tubman Dramatic Club 1: Latin Club 3; Rainbow Staff 3. 4; 
Honors 3: Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 ; 
Future Teachers of America 4: Dramatic Club 4; Rainbow Hon- 
ors 3. 



STUART MAFFITT BROWN 

"Much mirth and no madness." 

MS & T Merit Bar 2, 3 : Young Life 3, 4 ; 



radiant light on the souls 



BARBARA LOUISE BURNS 
"The spirit of cheerfulness spreads 
of all." 

Basketball 2 ; Y-Teens 2, 3 : Christian Workers Council 4. Trans- 
ferred from Newton Count High School, Covington, Ga. Basket- 
ball 1. 



JONCY FAYE BURTON 
"The gentle mind by gentle deeds 
Y-Teens 2; Musketeer Staff 3, 4 ; 
Beta Club 4. 



is known." 

Christian Workers Council 



DOUGLAS RONALD BUSBIA 

"Ambitions high, great heights to scale 
Here is a future big business male.*' 
Sound Off 2, 3; Rifle team 2, 3, 4 ; D.E. Club 4. 

ROBERT WALTON BUSH 

"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 

Honors 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Rainbow Staff 



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BETTY JO CAD-DEN 

"High ideals for her future life." 

Band 3, 4; Christian Workers Council 4; Future Nurses Club 4. 

[RA OLIVER CARTEE 

"A wise man never loses anything if he has himself." 
Christian Workers Council 3, I; President 4; Hand 3, 4. 



.MARTHA ANN CAUTHEN 

"The best are not only the happiest. 

but the happiest are usually the best" 
Gold "T" 1 : Class Officer 1 : Honors 2 ; Youns Life 2. 3, 4 ; 
High Honors 3. 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Christian Workers Council 
3, 4; Tri-Alpha 3. 4; Future Nurses 4. 



VIRGINIA LEE CAWLEY 

'A first rate friend to everyone." 



ROBERT ALLEN CAWLEY 

"A decent boldne. s ever meets with friends.'* 

D.E. Club 4. 



LAURA ANN CHAMBLEY 

"A manner so quiet, a brain so fine, 

a finer lass is hard to find." 
Highest Honor 2, 3 ; Christian Workers Council 3, 
Club 3. 4 ; Future Nurses 4. 



LENARD CHAVIS 

"Tall, high-powered, and hard-to-beat." 

Student Council 2; "B" Varsity 2; Class Vice-President 3: 
Christian Workers Council 3, 4 ; "A" Varsity Football 3, 4 : 
Sabre Club 4. 



LARRY LEE CHILDERS 

"A merry heart doeth Rood like a medicine.*' 

Christian Workers Council 3, 4 : R.O.T.C. Set. First Class 4. 



JUDITH CHRISTIAN 

"My true love hath my heart." 

JOAN CLARK 

"Ever looking on the sunny side of life.' 
Future Homemakers of America. 




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MARY JO CLARK 

"Ambition is no cure for love." 
Tri-Alpha 3. 4; Young Life 2, 
3, 4; Future Nurses 4. 



3, 4 ; Christian Workers Council 



BARBARA ANN CLARKE 

"Her future will be as her present — always smiling." 

Tubman Times Staff 1; Mgr. of Girls Basketball Team 1; Class 

Officer 1 ; Gold "T" 1 ; High Honor 2. 3 ; Young Life 2. 3, 4 ; 

Secretary 3 ; Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4. 

Tri-Theta 3, 4 ; Sgt. at Arms 4 ; Beta Club 3, 4 ; Cheerleader 1, 

4; Dramatic Club 4. 



EUGENE WADE CLIETT 

"A happy life is a good life." 

High Honors 2 ; Honors 3 : Christian Workers Council 4. 

SHIRLEY MARIE CLIFFORD 

"I'm as happy as I can be, 

for I never trouble trouble 'til trouble troubles me." 
Future Homemakers Club 2; Basketball 2 : Choraliers 3 ; Latin 
Club 3; Rainbow Honors 3; Rainbow Staff 3, 4; Christian Work- 
ers' Council 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. 



BENJAMIN DEWITT COBB 

"Little we think, less we do. 
Isn't it funny how we pull through." 





LEOPOLD I. COHEN, JR. 

"Nobility may be inherited, but virtue must be acquired.' 



PATRICIA ANN COLLINS 

"Vivacity is a true Ktft of woman." 

Y-Teens; Future Nurse Club; Musketeer Staff. 



PEGGY COOK 

"So quiet she seems, so still and wise, 
"til we see the twinkle in her eyes." 



GRETCHEN MARLENE CORLEY 

"Better be small and shine than Iarp.e and cast a shadow." 
Y-Teens 1, 2 ; Christian Workers Council 2, 3. 4; Rainbow 
Staff 3, 4. 

MARTHA EVELYN CRIM 

"Sweet as they come, well worth knowing." 

Y-Teens 3, 4; Majorette 3. 4. 



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JAMES ERNEST CULLENS 
"He who is good is happy.*' 

CONSTANCE PEARL CURRIE 
"Happy am I, from care I'm free — 

Why aren't they all content like m ?" 
Treble Clef Club 



WILLIAM BATTEY DANIEL 

"Make up your mind what you want to do, then do it." 

NELSON ARTHUR DANISH 

"Best of luck throughout your later years." 
Sound Off Reporter 2, 3. 



ERNEST ALFRED DAVIES 

"A fine fellow r and a good sport." 

"B" Varsity Football 1; "B" Varsity Basketball 1, 2: Track 3: 

"A" Varsity Basketball Mer. 3 ; "A'' Varsity Football 2, 3. 



CHARLES YVOODALL DANIEL 

"Youth is full of pleasure." 

"B" Varsity Football 2 : Sergeant 3 ; Officer 4 : Sabre Club 4 : 

Track 4 ; Baseball 4. 



MARILYN LEGENE DAVIS 

"A merry heart goes all the day." 

Future Nurses; Annual Staff. Transferred from Tifton High 

School. Tifton, Ga.; Band: Glee Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 



MARTHA ANN DAVIS 
"A heart with room for every joy." 

Future Homemakers of America 2, 3 ; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3. 4, 



PATRICIA CLAIR DAVIS 

"Endless joys here are found." 



HAZEL DAVIDSON* 

"An all around girl and quite a favorite." 




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W. C. DEBOW 

"A settled conviction of success." 

CLAUDIA ROSE DILL 
"A secret of wistful charm.'* 



ANN ELIZABETH DIXOX 
"The time to be happy is now." 
Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4 ; 
America 4 ; Richmond Choraliers 4. 



Future Homemakers of 



DORA ANNETTE DOOLITTLE 

"Then she will talk, oh how she will talk." 

Delta Tri-Hi-Y 2; English Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Future 

Homemakers of America 2 ; Red Cross Council 2 ; Christian 

Workers Council 3. 





MARTHA HARRIET DOZIER 

"Whenever you are sincerely pleased, you are nourished." 

Christian Workers Council 3. 

JOHN M. DREW 

"Not quantity but quality. 

PERRY L. DUKE 

"Full wise is he that can himself know." 



NANCY AXX DURDEN 

"If we can laugh and make the world laugh too; 

With this personality, what can't we do?" 
Y-Teen 1, 2. 3. 4. President 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 4 ; Rainbow Staff 4. 

JERRY B. DYE 

"A warm-hearted, genial, good-natured fellow." 
Sabre Club ; Company Commander. 

ELIZABETH LOUISE ELLIS 

"She cannot frown, she never tries, her heart is ever merry." 
Gold "T" 1; Sludent Council 1; Tubman Times 1; Chorus 3; 
Future Nurses Club 2. 3. 4; President 4; Asst. Business Mgr. 
of Rainbow 2, 3; Business Mgr. of Rainbow 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 2. 3 ; Youth Conference 3. 









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JANACE ELIZABETH FENDER 

"The class of fashion, and the mould of form." 

Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Treble Clef Club 3; 

Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4 ; Christian Workers Council 4. 



NANCY RIVERS FORD 

" 'Tis wiser to do good than bad and safer to be meek than 

fierce." 
Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3 ; Treble Clef Club 3 ; 
Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4; Christian Workers Council 4; Dramatic 
Club 4. 



LOMBARD FORTSON, JR. 

"Happy in nature, honest in every part, 

Handsome in face, strong in heart.'' 
"B" Varsity football 3; Rifle Team 3; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4; "A" Varsity football 4; Tennis 4. 



FRANK CROSBY FORTUNE 

"Smiling always, the clowning kind, 

A greater guy you'll never find." 

Varsity football 2, 3, 4; Class president 3 ; 

Life 4 ; Christian Workers Council 4. 



Track 3, 4; Young 



BETTY JAN FOSTER 
"Gay good nature sparkles in her eyes." 
Future Nurses Club 3, 4 ; Vice-President 4 ; 
Council 4 , Annual Staff 4. 



Christian Workers 



LEONARD FRIEDMAN 

"Good sense and good nature are ever joined.'' 
Hand 1, 2. 3. 4 : Coveted R. 0. T. C. Band award 3; 
Band Captain 3, 4 : Sabre Club 4. 



R. O. T. C. 



SYLVIA JOYCE FROST 

"Music washes away the dust of everyday life." 
Choraliers 3, 4: Treble Clef Club 3, 4; Transformed from Rus- 
sell High School; Music Club; Future Homemakers of America. 



THOMAS GAINER 

"Your heart's desires be with you." 

D. E. Club ; Transferred from Frankfurt American High School, 

Frankfurt, Germany. 



KATHERINE LOUISE GARDNER 

"A good heart is better than all the gifts in the world." 

Future Homemakers of America 



PETE GARLAND 

"An honest man is the noblest work of God." 




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MARGARET GATTIS 

'A kind heart makes for success.'' 

BARBARA JEAN GEDDINGS 

"Grace, simplicity, and sweetness." 



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RODNEY GILBERT 

"What now you see is only the promise of things to be." 

MANLY FERRELL GILMER 

"Wlwt's the hurry, let's stop, be lazy; and enjoy ourselves." 
Baseball : Christian Workers Council. 



HENRI-ANNE GIRARDOT 

"The hand that made you fair hath made you pood." 

Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3 ; Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4 ; 

Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; High Honor 

2, 3; Tri-Alpha 4; Dramatic Club 4. 

JOSEPH FURMAN GLAZE 

"Hope and be happy, that's all for the best." 
President of J. C. A. Veterans Club 

EDNA MAE GODWIN 

"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep 

it from themselves." 
Rainbow Staff; Choraliers ; Future Homemakers of America; 
Rainbow Girls. 



WYOL1NE CONES 

"A cheerful heart which makes bright the path of life." 
Treble Clef 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
Basketball Team 3, 4 ; Transfer from Thomas Jefferson High 
School. Port Arthur, Texas ; Member of the Welfare Committee ; 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Secretary of Homeroom 2. 

CONRAD BOYDEN GOODWIN 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 

Class President 1; Football 1; "B" Varsity Football 2; "A" 

Varsity Football 3, 4 ; Sergeant 4. 

OLLIE PHILIP GOOLSBY 
"Meet the issue of life with a smile ; 

Do your best, and let the other fellow worry." 
"B" Varsity Football 2. 3. First Sergeant 4; "A" 
ball 4 ; Kappa Gamma Rho 3, 4. 



Varsity Foot- 




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RILLA CRAMMER 

"Winning is her way and sunny is her smile." 

HENRY GRANT 

"Not against work, but nut in sympathy with it." 



GERALD WAYNE GREEN 

"His eyes have a twinkle of much pleasantry." 



NANCY MARIE GREENE 

"Her smile, her speech, her winning way, 

Wiles old trouble's mood away." 
Rainbow Staff 2, 3, 4; Literary Editor 4: 
Christian Workers Council 4: Tri-Theta 3, 
dent Patrol 1 ; Tubman Dramatic Club 1. 



Young Life 2, 3. 4 ; 
4; Gold "T" 1; Stu- 





RICHARD EARL GREGORY 

"What should a man do but be merry?" 

Tennis Team 3, 4 : "B" Varsity Football 2 ; Tubman "B" 

sity Football 1 ; Tubman "B" Varsity Basketball 1. 



WILLIAM MICHAEL GRIFFIN 

"Never do today what can be put off 'till tomorrow.' 



LOUIS GRIMAUI) 

"A friend and merry man is he." 



JOHN AVNER GROOVER 

"He is Kood-natured ever and has a good word for all.' 

Richmond Choraliers. 



PERCY DANFORTH HAGLER 

"There lies a great deal of deviltry beneath his mild exterior." 
Sabre Club 4; Treasurer 4; Richmond Fellowship Club 3; Treas- 
urer 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Battalion Executive Officer 4: Richmond 
Hi-Y 2. Transferred from Carlisle Military School. 

JACQUELIX MYNONA HALFORD 

"Charming, pretty, and petite, 

But not more charming than is she sweet." 
Home Economics 1, 2, 3; Richmond Choraliers 4; D.E. Club 
2, 3, 4; Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 4. 



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LOREN RUPERT HATFIELD 

"An all round likeable pood fellow who has made good in all 

things." 
Kappa Gamma Rho 4: Drum Major 4; D? Molay 4; Band 2. 3, I. 

GILES GREGORY HALL. JR. 
"Wit is the salt of conversation." 

Color GuarJ 4 : Kappa Gamma Rho 3, 4 ; High Honor 2. Trans- 
ferred from North Augusta High School, North Augusta, S. C. 



NANCY LEE HALL 

"A future bright as sunshine." 
Christian Workers' Council. 



NORMA JEAN HALL 

"Be good, sweet maid and let who will be clever." 
Christian Workers* Council 3, 4 ; D.E. Club 3 ; Future Home- 
makers of America 2. 



GORDON HAMILTON 

"The mildest manner and gentlest heart." 

BARBARA LOUANNE HAMMETT 
"Sweet, demure, and altogether lovely." 



MARGARET JOAN HANCOCK 

"A merry heart, a smile so cheerful. 

To her friends both true and faithful." 
Young Life 4. Rainbow Staff 4 ; Richmond Choraliers 4 ; Y- 
Teens 3. 4; Treble Clef Club 3, 4; Vice-President 3. 4; Honor 3. 
Transferred from Centra] High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma ; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Annual Staff 1, 2. 



LILLIAN ANNE HARDIN 
"Sweet and pretty, neat and fair. 
Loved by everyone, everywhere." 
Christian Workers' Council 4 : Dramatic Club 4 • Young Life 
2. 3. 4 ; Rainbow Staff 4; Tri-Theta 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 2: 
Gold "T" 1; Student Patrol l. 

WILLIAM D. HARDEN 
"Never too serious, never too gay. 

But a rare good fellow in every way." 
Beta Club 4; Dramatic Club 4 ; High Honor 2. 3. 4 ; Rifle Team 
2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS WATSON HARRIS 

"He, with all, his good humor shares 

Good nature brimming in the friendly grin he wears." 
Sabre Club 4; Vice-President 4; Kappa Gamma Rho 3. 4: Chap- 
lin 4; Christian Workers' Council 2, 3, 4; High Honor 3. 




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BARBARA ELEANOR HAYES 

"A lovely girl we've all admired, 

Whose pleasant ways are much desired." 
Tri-Alpha 3, 4 ; Beta Club 4 ; Rainbow Staff 3 ; 
Young Life 2, 3, 4. 



High Honor 3 ; 



ELEANOR HEMSTREET 

"None named thee but to praise thee." 

Highest Honor 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Student Council 4; Girls Activities 
Medal 4 ; Rainbow Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Editor-in-chief 3, 4 ; Latin 
Club 3; President 3; Beta Club 3. 4; Tri-Theta 3. 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4 ; Tubman Times 1 ; Editor 1. 



ROBERT GLENN HENDERSON 
"Youth, you come once in a lifetime." 



JIM RUE MAE HENG 

"Not in rewards, but in the strength to strive, the blessing lies." 

Beta Club 3, 4; Highest Honor 2, 3 ; Future Homemakers of 
America 1, 2. 



GEORGE ARNOLD HENSLEY 

"Virtue is bold and goodness never fearful." 

Tubman Band 1; Tubman Football 1; "A" Varsity Football 3. 



ROY HENSLEY 

"Nothing becomes him ill that he would well.' 



MARY PAULA H1CKSON 

"She's smiling and happy, rarely sad — 

One of the best friends you ever had." 
Tri Theta 3, 4 : Treasurer 4 ; Young Life 2, 3, 4 ; Cheerleader 1 ; 
Gold "T" 1 ; Christian Workers Council. 



MARY ELIZABETH HOBBS 
'Bright and vivacious." 

Rainbow Staff 2. 3, 4 ; Associate Business Manager 3 ; Business 
Manager 4; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Honor; Tub- 
man Times 1. 



HUGH NEIL HOLCOMB 

"A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature.' 



DOLLY ELAINE HOGAN 

"Beauty is an exquisite flower, and its perfume is virtue." 
Girls Activity Medal 4 ; Student Council 4 : Tri-Alpha 3, 4 : Pres- 
ident 4. Beta Club 3, 4; Young Life 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Pro- 
gram Chairman 3; Christian Workers Council: Vice-President 
of Class 2; Sec.-Treas. of Class 3 ; Highest Honors 2. 3 ; F.H.A. 
1,2. 




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FREDDIE HOOKER 

"A charming air of vigor and vitality." 

CHARLES E. HORNE 

"Happy go lucky, young and free." 



NORMA GORDON HORNE 

"A tiny bundle of everything nice," 

Christian Workers Council 4 ; Honor 3 ; Future Homemakers of 

America 2; Basketball 1. 



SARAH HOWELL 

"She gives herself to deeds of worth and kindness." 



PAULA HYAMS 

"Dark eyes sparkling like a gem. 

We find naught in her to condemn." 
D.E. Club 4; Christian Workers Council 3, 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 3, 4; Student Council 1 ; A Varsitv Basket- 
ball 1. 








PATRICIA RIDINGS HYDER 

"Active in mind and body is she." 

Richmond Choraliers 4 ; Beta Club 4 ; Latin Club 4 ; Dramatic 
Club 4: Treble Clef Club 3. 4 : Transfer from Spartanburg High 
School. Spartanburjr, S. C. Beta Club 3 ; Librarians Club 2, 3 ; 
Girls Athletic Association 2, 3; Latin Club 3. 




KAY HOLSENBACK IVEY 
"Opportunity awaiting her." 

DAVID JACKSON 

"Earnestness, zeal and intelligence.' 



W1LLARD LEWIS JAMES 
"His sense of humor is at its best. 

And his boundless energy is seldom at rest." 
"A'' Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 : Track 2, 3, 4 ; Richmond Fellow- 
ship Club 3; "B" Varsity Basketball 2 ; Academy Hi-Y, 2. 

MARVIN VERNON JENKINS 
"Live to learn and learn to live." 

Dramatic Club 4 ; Beta Club 3, 4 ; Program Chairman 4 ; Highest 
Honor 2, 3; Latin Club 3; MS&T Merit Bar; Neatest Ca- 
det 3 ; Platoon Sergeant 4 ; George Traylor Memorial Medal 2. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



DAVID RICHARD JONES 

"Youth so full of pleasure, life so full of merriment." 
Band. 

JOLENE JONES 

"May your life be always Kay, full of happiness along the way.' 



ELIZABETH JORDON 

"Gay, good nature sparkles in her eyes." 

JOHN ANDREW KEFFER 

"Ambition has no rest." 



PEGGY JUNE KIRKLAND 

"Her friendship is surrounded with respect." 
Christian Workers* Council ; Rainbow Staff. 





WILLIAM HOWARD JOE 

"The chief action for a man of great action is never to be out 
of action." 
Sergeant 3; Rifle Team 3, 4; M/Sergeant 4. 



CAREY TOLBERT JOHNSON 
"For the good are always the merry." 
Sergeant First Class 4. 

CLAUDE WILLIAM JOHNSON, JR. 

"Honor lies in honest toil." 
Band ; DeMolay ; Sabre Club. 



LAVERNE JOHNSON 

"Kindness is a virtue to treasure always." 

ANNIE MAUDE JONES 

"So sweet a face, such angel grace — in all that land had never 
been." 
Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4 ; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 1, 2. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 




ROBERT J. KLETT 

"Work is the meat of life, pleasure the dessert." 
Dramatic Club 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Rainbow Staff 3. 4: Publish- 
er i: High Honor 2. 3. 4: Military Honor Bar 2. 3. 4 : Editor 
of Sound Off 3 : Gold R. 4. 



VIRGINIA LEE KLUTTZ 

"The smile that is worth the praise of the earth." 
Art Club 1. 2. 4 : Newspaper Staff 1 : Rainbow Girls 2. 3. 4 : 
Y-Teens 3. 4 : Rainbow Staff 3, 4 ; Art Staff 4 : Christian Work- 
ers Council 4 : F.H.A. 4. 



JEAXETTE KREWSOX 

"A tender heart: a will inflexible." 



AGXES GREY KUHLKE 
"They are onlv trulv great who are truly good." 
Highest Honor 1. 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Tri-Theta 3. 4: Ser- 
gant-at-Arms 3: Secretary 4; Rainbow Staff 2. 3; Feature Edi- 
tor 3. 



CARIETTA LAMBETH 

"The heaven such graces did lend her that she might admired 

be." 
Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 1: Future 
Teachers 4 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; Dramatic Club 4. 



LEXIE LAXKFORD 

"May Dame Fortune ever smile on you.' 

Future Nurses Club. 



XORA AXX LAXGFORD 

"Good nature and good sense must ever join." 

Future Homemakers of America: Vice-President 4; Honor 1, 

Choraliers : Beta Club : Christian Workers Council. 

VIRGINIA GAIL LEYERETT 

"Come and trip it as you go. on the light fantastic toe." 

Christian Workers Council; Tr-Theta 3, 4. 



ISAAC L. LEVY 

"A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready, on demand." 

CAROLE ELIZABETH LITTLE 

"Thy voice is sweet, as if it took its music from thy face." 
Young Life 4: Future Homemakers of America 1. 2, 3. 4: Pres- 
ident I; Vice-President 2; Parliamentarian 4: State Officer 4: 
High Honor 2. 3 : Beta Club 3, 4 : Secretarv 4 : Richmond Chor- 
aliers 2, 4: Vice-President 4 : Treble Clef 2 ; Tri-Alpha 3, 4: Tub- 
man Glee Club 1 : Christian Workers Council. 

ROBERT BURTON LORD 

"The only true happiness is found when you have a multitude 

of friends." 

DeMolay 4; M. S. T. Honors 2. 










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MAY JONG LOO 

"May your life be always gay. 
Full of happiness along the way. 

SING YET LOO 

"A settled conviction of success." 



MARY HELEN LOYAL 

"It is not only what you think or say, 

counts." 
Honor 2 ; High Honor 3. 



but what you do that 



DENNIS HASTINGS LYTLE 

"Sincere in all he undertakes, always a success he'll make." 
Honors 2 : High Honors 3 ; Beta Club 4 ; Christian Workers 
Council 4; Annual Staff 4: Best Drilled Squad Leader 3; Sabre 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; President 4; Theta Sigma Chi 1. 




KAREN MARSH MACUCH 

"I'm sure care's an enemy to life." 

Future Nurses Club 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer 4; Inter-mural 

Sports 3; Gold "T" 1; Student Patrol 1; F.H.A. 1. 




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ANNIE LAURIE MADDOX 

"A many sided and far reaching enthusiasm." 

Christian Workers Council 3. 4 ; Beta Club 4; Future Teachers 

of America 4. 

BETTY MADDOX 

"Look to the future, not the past; The best is yet to come." 

IRMARUTH MAHLSTEDT 

"Ever in smiles and always friendly." 

Rainbow Girls 4, 3, 2; Future Homemakers of America 4 ; Y- 

Teens 4. 



KATHERINE MAJOR 

"Active both in mind and body." 

Highest Honors 4. 3. 2: Beta Club 4. 3; President 4: Musketeer 

4, 3 ; Editor 4 ; Basketball 4, 3, 2 : Girls Activities Medal 4 : 

Christian Workers Council 4. 3 ; Young Life 4, 3 : Latin Club 3; 

Annual Staff 4. 3: Dramatic Club 4. 



SUZANNE MANN 

"Grace, gentleness, and manner.' 

Honor 2; Richmond Choraliers 3; 



F.H.A. 



GEORGE FREDRICK MARSCHALK 

"Shoulder arms, make no retreat; 

Fight well Life's battles, but take well defeat." 
Best Drilled Cadet 3; Sabre Club 4; Richmond Hi Y 2 ; Christian 
Workers Council 4; Young Life 3. 4; M.S.T. Honors 3, 2. 



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NANCIE ELIZABETH MARSH 

"Work not solely for an attainment, but also for the satisfac- 
tion of doing your best." 
Highest honor 2. 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Vice President 4; Latin 
Club 3 ; Christian Workers Council 2 ; Dramatic Club 4 ; Rain- 
bow Staff 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA NELL MARTIN 

"A sunny temper gilds the edges of life's blackest cloud." 
Richmond Choraliers 3, 4; Rainbow Business Staff 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 4 ; Transfer from Rome High, Rome, Georgia; Jour- 
nalism Club 1 ; Square Dance Club 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 

VENITA MARTIN 

"Life holds no greater pleasure than that which comes through 
serving others." 



JAMES LEON MASTERS, JR. 
"Life is never too short ft.r courtesy." 

DOROTHY GENE MATTHEWS 

"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." 

Honor 2; High Honor 3; Tri-Alpha 4: Beta Club 3. 4; Young 

Life 3. 4 : F.H.A. 2, 3 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; Dramatic 

Club 4; T.C.L. 1. F.H.A. 1. 

JOAN MAY 

"To those who know thee not, no words can paint. 

And those who know thee, know all words are faint." 
Honor 3 ; Tri Alpha 3 ; Chaplin 4 : Richmond Choraliers 2. 3, t ; 
F.H.A. 1, 2; Reporter 2; Young Life 2, 3. 4 ; Dramatic Club 4: 
Court of Home Coming Queen 2, 3 : Military Sponsor 2, 3 ; Gold 
T 1; Student Patrol 1; Basketball 1: T.C.L. 1. 






SAM WARREN MAYS 

"It's not whether you won or lost, 

but how you played the game." 
Richmond Hi-Y 2; Golf Team 2, 3, 4 ; Most Valuable Player 3. 

OSCAR VIRGIL MERRITT 

"Thou art a fellow of good respect." 

FRANCES ROBINSON MERRY 

"A constant babble of happy talk and laughter; 

This lovely lass your heart will capture." 
Honor 2; High Honor 3; Tri-Theta 3; Chaplin 4; Beta Club 4; 
Young Life 2. 3, 4; Student Council 1; Annual Staff 2, 4; 
Christian. Workers Council 4 ; Dramatic Club 4 ; Court of Home 
Coming Queen 2, 3. Military Sponsor 3; Gold T 1; Student Coun- 
cil 1 ; Homeroom President 1; Student Patrol 1. 



VIRGINIA LAKE MIDDLETON 

"Love be true to her : Life be dear to her." 

Basketball 3, 4; Tri-Alpha 3, 4; Vice President 4; Christian 

Workers Council. 

ANNETTE MAC MILES 
"Vivacity in her face and manner." 
Basketball 1. 



JIMMY WADE MIXON 
"Ability, humor, and spirit.'' 




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HAROLD M. MOCK 

"A fine fellow and a good sport." 

Football, "A" Varsity 2. 3; Basketball, "B" Varsity 2. 



BETTY RUTH MONK 

"Small cheer and greit welcome makes a merry feast." 

Beta Club 3, 4 : Dramatic Club 4 ; Christian Workers Council 

8, 4: Rainbow Staff 4: Highest Honor 2. 3: Rainbow Girls 1, 

2, 3, 4. 



BOBBY MOODY 

"Little man with a big heart." 

Kappa Gamma Rho ; Golf; Young Life. 



ROBERT BERNARD MOOG 

"By the work one knows the workmen." 

Baseball ; Sabre Club 4. 



MARJORIE DIAN MORRIS 
"And yet a spirit still and bright; 

With something of angelic light." 
Rainbow Girls 3 : Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 : 
2, 3: Rainbow Staff 3 ; Honor 2. 



Christian Workers Council 



HELEN MORRIS 

"Every cloud has a silver lining." 





BENNY GARTH MULLINS 

"To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness " 
Student Council 1 : Basketball 1 • Football, "B" Varsity 3 
Vice-President 4 : Sabre Club 4. 

CHARLES ANDREW MURPHY 
"Deeds not words." 
Dramatic Club 4. 

MERLE ESTELLE MUTIMER 
"Knowledge is power." 
Honor 3. 



SHIRLEY ANN MUTIMER 
"Be useful where thou livest." 
Honor 2, 3. 

WALDEN MADISON MYERS 

"If a man can look at life with a grin ; 

Has brains along with it. he's sure to win." 
Beta Club: Tennis Team 2: Dramatic Club 4: Young Life; 
Christian Workers Council: Georgia Boys State: Transferred 
from Druid Hills High School; "B" Varsitv Football; Debating 
Team. 

DOUGLAS PIERCE McCOY 

"A sense of humor, a sense of wit, and plenty of nonsense." 
Cheerleader 4; Young Life 3, I. Student Council 1 ; Gold "T" 1; 
Christian Workers Council 3. 4; Dramatic Club 4. 



DONNA McCORD 

'For all that fair is, is by nature good.' 



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MAXIE CLIFFORD McDOWELL 

"To be, rather than to seem ; To do, rather than to dream." 

XAXCY ELIZABETH McGIXTY 

"A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready on demand." 
Richmond Choraliers : Rainbow Staff : Treble Clef Club; Dra- 
matic Club ; Young Life. 



SAMUEL LEOX McCOWAX 

"A silent exterior is a fair recommendation." 

Football 1; ' B" Varsity Basketball 2: "A" Varsity Basketball 

4; Baseball. 



HUGH JIcKIE 
"Generally speaking. 



he's generally speaking." 



MELBA McNEAL 

"She is gentle, she is shy ; She has mischief in her eye." 

DOXALD RAY McXEIL 

"Hail fellow, well met." 

Band 2. 3, 4 ; DeMolay ; "B" Varsity Football; Tubman Band 1 ; 

Honor 2. 





MADELYX FAYE NEWSOME 
"A ready smile is a great asset." 
Christian Workers Council. 



MYRA XEWSOME 

"Endearing sweetness in her manner." 



CAROLIXE BRAILSFORD XIXOX 
"Twinkling eyes, dancing feet. 
Small but mighty quite complete." 
Musketeer 4 : Asst. Editor 4 : Rainbow Staff 2. 3, 4 : Feature 
Editor 4- Christian Workers Council 4; Dramatic Club 4; Tri- 
Theta 3, "4 ; Young Life 3. 4; Snack Bar Worker 1; Gold "T" 1. 



■\YILLIAM THURMAX XORRIS 

"Every man of courage is a man of his word." 

Christian Workers Council : Tubman Band 1; Richmond Band 

2. 3, 4; State Honor. 

SHARON OSHEROFF 
"Work is work and must be done; 

Yet as I work. I have my fun '* 
Treble Clef Club 2. 3 : Choraliers 4 ; 
tarian 4 : Rainbow Picture Editor 4 
Club 4: Winner U.D.C. Essay Contest 3: Tubman Special Music 
Award 1 ; Choraliers Secretary 4; Musketeer typist 4 : Asst. Edi 
tor 4. 



Beta Club 3. 4 : Parliamen- 
High Honor 2. 3 : Dramatic 



DORIS VIRGINIA OTYSOX 

"It matters more what's in a woman's face than what's on it." 

Distributive Education Club: Christian Workers Council. 










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SHIRLEY JEAN PARKER 
"Joy is mine for I can laugh.*' 

ROBERT LEE McALLISTER PARKS 

"He is witty, he is clever; He's an all around good fellow. 

Golf Team 3, 4 : Color Guard 4. 



CAMILLA MORRIS PASCHAL 
"Rarely do we meet in one combined, 

A beauteous body and a virtuous mind." 
Class President 4 ; Girls' Activity Medal 4 ; Beta Club 3, 4 ; 
Cheerleader 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4: Tri-Alpha 3. 4: Secretary 4; 
Future Teachers 4 ; High Honor 2, 3. 



THEDA PEEBLES 

"Wit makes its own welcome." 



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MURRAY S. PENNINGTON, JR. 

"A Romeo with heavy feet, while sitting in the driver's seat.'' 
Kappa Gamma Rho 3 ; Transferred from Barnwell High; Wal- 
ter Williams High, Burlington, N. C. 

SHELBY JEAN PERDUE 

"Bewitching airs are hers." 

High Honor 2 ; Honor 3 ; Christian Workers Council. 




ELEANOR PERKINS 

"Small bundle of pep." 

GEORGE PHILLIPS 

"To be strong is to be happy." 

JAMES EDWARD PHILLIPS 

"A big man, a big heart." 

"A" Varsity Football 3, 4; "B" Varsity Football 2. 



NICK PILEGGI 

"If you want your dreams to come true don't oversleep.' 

JOANNE PIZZUTO 

"She has love of fun and laughter." 

RUTH LAVADA PONDER 

"An expression at once confident and appealing." 
Richmond Choraliers. Treble Clef. 



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BARBARA POUND 

"While we live, let us enjoy life." 

JACQUELINE LOUISE POWELL 

"Her music hath charm but her personality more.'' 

High Honor 1. 2. 3 : Beta Club 3. 4 : Latin Club 3 : Future 

Xurses 2 : Y-Teen 3 : Christian Workers' Council 3, 4. 

THELMA POWELL 

"Success is sure to follow — if you make every day count." 



LOIS ELIZABETH POWERS 
"Happiness and affection." 

SHIRLEY PRICE 

"Admired for her unbounded cheerfulness." 

CHARLES DALE PREETORIUS 

"A man with a purpose and never idle a moment." 






VERNON RUDOLPH PUCKETT 

"Personality will carry you anywhere.'* 
High Honor. 

ALICE JEAXETTE RABORX 

"If eyes be the windows of the sou], hers surely must be bright." 

GERALDINE RAMSEY 

"Sweetness and goodness bloom in her person." 



CHARLOTTE ANN RAUM 
"Pretty brown hair, friendly eyes, 
wonder where her fortune lies?" 
Honor 2 ; High Honor 3 : F.H.A. 2: Christian Workers Council 
3. 4; Y-Teen 3. 4; Transferred from Mark Twain Junior High 
School, San Antonio, Texas: High Honor 1 : Twain Girls' 
Sports 1. 

CAROLYN SUE RAY 

"Describe her who can. a combination that is pleasant in 
woman." 

BETTY JO REAGAN 
"Zest and freshness." 

Transferred from Dexter High School. Tvlertown, Miss. ; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2. 







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MARY ANN REEDER 
"Grace and Dignity." 



ANN REID 

"Charm upon charm in her is packed." 

Young Life 4 ; Campaigners 4 ; "B" Varsity Basketball 1 ; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2. 



BEN RICKETSON 

"Good humor is goodness and humor combined." 

Rainbow Staff 4. 



GERALDINE RINKER 

"She's good natured, unselfish, true. 

Always has a smile, especially for you." 
Rainbow Staff 2. 3. 4 ; Musketeer 3 ; Asst. Sales Manager 3 : 
Choraliers 3 ; Dramatic Club 4. Transferred from Stoneleigh 
Prospect Hill School; Class President 1; Student Council 1; Dra- 
matic Club 1 . Glee Club 1. 

PATRICIA RISER 

"Light of heart and clever, sad and weary never." 



AUGUST ROESEL 

"Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle." 

Latin Club 3 ; Richmond Choraliers 4 : Honor 2 ; Hitrh Honor 3 : 

Highest Honor 4; Dramatic Club 4: MS&T Merit Bar 3, 4. 





BILLIE CAROL SANDERS 

"Though she's quiet, she is not shy ; 
Her friendship's limit is the sky." 



AMY JANE SAXON 

"She's little, but she's wise; she's a terror for her size." 

ELSIE AILEEN SCHWIENING 

"There is nothing worth the wear of winning; 
But laughter and the love of friends." 



BEN ALLEN SCHWIENING 

"Happiness is cheaper than worry; why pay the higher price?" 

ROBERT ALBERT SCOTT 

"When he succeeds the merit is all his own." 

ROBERT SEAGO 

"It matters not how long we live, but how." 



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LOU SAUL 

"Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. 1 

JOHN SEIGLER 

"A good sport — first, last, and always." 



FREDRIC MALCOLM SIMOWITZ 
"He's as happy as can be, 

For he doesn't take life too seriously." 
High Honor 2, 4 ; Honor 3 : Richmond Choraliers 4 ; Beta Club 
3. 4; Beta Club Treasurer 4; Sabre Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; 
Military Merit Bar 3, 4. 



BARBARA ANN SIMPSON 

"A good face is a letter of recommendation ; a good heart is a 
letter of credit." 
Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3: Choraliers 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
High Honor 3 ; Honor 2 ; Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4 ; 
Vice President 4 ; Rainbow Staff 3, 4 ; Y-Teens 2, 4. 



JEAN SIMS 

"Come live in my heart and pay no rent." 

Transferred from Meridian Jr. College 



BEVERLY ANNE SKINNER 

"She laughs away the sorrow, and she smiles away the gloom." 
Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Future Nurses Club ; Richmond Chor- 
aliers. Christian Workers Council. 




MIKE SKINNER 

"Happy-go-luckiness is his trend, but all in all a very good 
friend." 



ALAN H. SMITH 

"To live long it is necessary to live slowly. 



MARION AGNES SMITH 

"She who is rich in friends possesses life's real fortune." 

Beta Club 3, 4; Christian Worker's Council 4; High Honor 2, 3; 

Dramatics Club 4. 



NONA ELIZABETH SOUTH 

"So witty, so sweet, so pleasant, so neat, 
The kind of girl that's hard to beat.'' 
Basketball 1. 2: Student Patrol 1. Gold T 1. Cheerleader 1. 
Honors 2, 3 ; Young Life 2, 3, 4 ; Campaigners 4 ; Christian 
Workers Council 2, 3, 4. 

MARTHA CAROLYN STAFFORD 
"Her merry laugh has a certain tinkle ; 

And in her eyes there's a merry twinkle." 
Tri Theta S, 4: Annual 2, 4; Young Life 2, 3. 4; Christian 
Workers Council 4 ; Basketball 1 ; Student Patrol 1 ; Gold T 1 . 

MYRTLE LOUISE GOODSON 

"A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile. 

A charm of friendship all the while." 
Treble Clef Club 4; Art Club 4; Alto of Tuneful Trio 4; Class 
Secretary 1. 







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MARTHA JEAN STORY 
"Loyalty and gaiety." 

BOBBY CLAUSE STORY 

"Sincere and true; he strives in all his best to do.' 



SARA ELIZABETH STORY 
"Without love and laughter, life is nothing." 

Christian Workers Council 2. 4; F.H.A. 2; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 1; Student Council 1; Black and Gold "T" 1. 



FREI11A HAMILTON' STRAUSS 

"Let there be friendship between us forever more." 

Christian Workers Council 2, 3, 4 : Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4 ; Tubman 

Dramatic Club 1 : "Campus Chatter" 3, 4. 




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JOHN STREET 

"Things are going to happen — why worry? 
Everything comes to him who waits — why hurry? 

ROBERT J UK SUMERAU 

"To hurry : J worry is not my creed, 
Things will happen, so what's the need?" 




CAROLYN JAVELLE TAYLOR 

"Be cheerful all the live-long day 
And make others happy along the way." 

KEITH TAYLOR 

"His genial personality wins friends in each locality." 



BARBARA FRANCES THOMPSON 

"A list of charms quite complete. 
So fair, so bright, and so neat." 
Tri-AIpha 3, 4; Treas. 4: Musketeer 2. 3; Rainbow Staff 2, 3. 4 ; 
Christian Workers Council 3. 4; Honor 2. 



SARA ALSIE THOMPSON 

"Beloved for her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently. 

Christian Workers Council : Future Homemakers of America. 



STERLING THOMPSON 

"Every man of courage is a man of his word.' 

SHIRLEY DOLORES THRELKELD 
"To whom fortune itself gives way." 



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ROBERT TOUART 

"Music is the universal language of mankind.' 



MIRIAM USRY 

"Just naturally friendly and alluring." 

Honor 3 : Tri-Theta 3. 4 : Christian Workers Council 3. 4 ; Gold 

"T" 1; Dramatic Club 4: Young Life 2. 3, 4; Musketeer 4; 

Tubman Times 1; Court of Homecoming Queen 4; Military 

Sponsor 3. 



JOYCE ANNETTE UTLEY 
"A quiet way. a cheerful smile, 
A girl who is a friend worthwhile.' 



JERRY H. VALENTINE 

"Quietness is an indication of the ability to think." 



FLORENCE GAIL VANSANT 

"When in doubt, giggle." 

Treble Clef Club 3. 4; Secretary 4 ; Richmond Choraliers 

Dramatic Club 4; Y-Teens 4; Christian Workers Council 

Young Life 4. 






MATTIE ALVA WALLACE 
"Satisfaction comes from worthwhile things." 

CAROLYN LEE WARD 

"Dynamite comes in small packages." 

Y-Teens 3, 4 ; Dramatic Club 4. Transferred from Jefferson 
High School ; Glee Club 1, 2 ; Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica 1, 2. 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN WARD 

• Talk to him of Jacob's ladder and he would ask the number of 
steps." 
Transferred from Gainesville High School; Edison Science Club, 
Dramatic Club; Band 1. 



GLORIA ANN WARREN 

"Heaven made her what she is, and never made another." 

CELESTE WEATHERS 

"A lovely girl who's bound to win. 

Her heart has room for many friends." 

Honorary Cadet Colonel 4 ; Cheerleader 1, 4 : Student Council 

Pres. 1; Beta Club 3. 4; Honor 2, 3; Tri-Theta 3. 4; Young 

Life 2, 3. 4: Military Sponsor 3; Gold "T" 1; Rainbow Staff 

3, 4 ; Christian Workers Council 4 Dramatic Club 4 ; Teen 

Town Council 1. 4. 

BARBARA ANN WHEELER 

"A wonderful mixture of charm and courtesy." 

Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 : Dramatic Club 4 : Christian Workers Council 

3. 4; Rainbow Staff 4; Future Homemakers of America 1. 







A. R. C. SENIORS 



BOBBY ROY WHITAKER 

"Ambition has no rest." 

Honor 3. Transfer from Harlem Hie/h School ; Future Farmers 

of America; 4-H Club. 

JOHN THOMAS WHITE 

"A moral, sensible, well-bred man." 



PEGGY SUE WHITE 

"While we live let us enjoy life." 

Majorette 3, 4 ; D.E. Club 4 ; Dramatic Club 4 ; Transfer from 

Whitthorne Jr. Hinh, Columbia, Tenn. ; F.H.A. 1. 



MARY WIDENER 

"Cute and sweet, can that he beat?" 



MARTHA ANN WIGGINS 
"Gentle of speech and sweetly kind." 

Highest Honor 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4: Gold "T" 1 ; Future Teach- 
ers 3; Tress. 4: Christian Workers Council 3. 4; Rainbow 3, 4; 
D.A.R. American History Award 3 ; Dramatic Club 4. 



JAMES WIGGINS 

"Laugh off your troubles.'* 





VIRGINIA HATTEY WILCOX 
"A fun-loving gal with energy plus, — 

She's really loved by all of us." 
Honor 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Theta 3. 4; Young Life 3, 4: Gold 
"T" 1; Rainbow 2, 3; Tubman Times 1; Court of Homecoming 
Queen 4. 

CHARLES R. WILLIAMS 
"A ladies* man, there is no doubt 

For where he is there's a girl about." 
Track 4. Transfer from Heidelberg, Germany ; Basketball 2 ; 
Track 2; Union High, Las Cruces ; Basketball 3 ; Track 3. 

MADISON JACKSON WILLIAMS 

"All his faults are such that one likes him better for them." 
Sabre Club 4. 



SYLVIA VIRGINIA WILLIAMS 
"Her sunny disposition drives away cares." 

THEODORE RAWORTH WILLIAMSON 

"He puts his worries in a pocket with a hole in it." 



VAX WILLIAMSON 
"Business for pleasure." 



A. R. C. JUNIORS 



OFFICERS 

Sue Fortney President 

Joan Woodward Vice-President 

Jane McElmurray ...Secretary-Treasurer 



Betty Alexander 
Maxine Allen 
Mary Anderson 
Bobby Anderson 
Robert Anderson 
Ada Astin 
Anne Atwood 
Augustine Augustine 



Betty Baab 
Miriam Bailey 
Vonceil Bass 
Sue Beall 
Sally Beckum 
Nancie Bedenfield 
Terry Bentley 
Judy Blackmon 



Claire Blanchard 
Shirley Black 
Barbara Bowen 
Jackie Boyette 
Barbara Broadwater 
Florence Broome 
Phillip Brinson 
Charles Brumbeloe 



Brett Brunner 
Gerald Bunn 
Joyce Butler 
Anne Bringle 
George Brewer 
Peggy Byrd 
Ann Braswell 
Jo Ann Caldwell 



Vickie Calhoun 
LaDelle Cauthen 
Marlene Chance 
Joe Chandler 
Clifford Channell 
Bennie Chavous 
Thelma Chavous 
Carole Christian 



Jimmy Clark 
Ed Clements 
Kitty Coleman 
Ronnie Coleman 
W. R. Coleman 
Donald Cole 
Mary Jo Collier 
Jane Connor 







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Judy Connor 
Iiarbara Gene Corley 
Sara Corley 
Betty Cook 
Jimmy Cook 
James Courson 
Mary Louise Crimp 
Priscilla Crow 



Arnold Daitch 
Betty Davis 
Richard Davis 
Vernon-Deas 
Janelle Dempsey 
Ronald Dent 
Peggy Ann Devore 
Jeanne Dicks 



Wallace Dorn 
Clarie Duck 
William Dunn 
Betty Jane DuBois 
Fletcher Dyches 
Janice Eargle 
Dorothy Eby 
Peggy Eldridge 



Dagmar Endorf 
Jimmy Epps 
James Evans 
Helen Eve 
Charles Everett 
Jackie Farmer 
Thomas Farrow 
Vivian Ficklen 



Ann Fields 
Patsy Fitzgerald 
Vera Florence 
Jo Ann Ford 
Sue Fortney 
Wayne Foster 
Barbara Ann Freeman 
Danny Fulcher 



Julie Furse 
A. J. Furst 
Tony Gavalas 
Gene Gay 
Rodney Gilbert 
Beulah Arlene Giles 
Rochelle Glasser 
Ann Godsey 



North Goodwin 
Donald Grantham 
Pat Greene 
Phyllis Hall 
Beth Hankinson 
Gwen Hanley 
Cornelius Harmon 
John Harper 



A. R. .C JUNIORS 



Beverly Hearell 
Jane Henderson 
Ann Henke 
Forest He: - 
George He: 
Merle Her - 
Jack Herndon 
Margaret Hewitt 



Douglas Higginbotham 
Mary Sue Hill 
Sibbie Hogan 
Louise Holland 
Virgil Hollingsworth 
Walter Hopkins 
Ronnie Howard 
Elizabeth Hnggins 



Pat Hughes 
Yvonne Hughes 
Paul Hurt 
Joyce Hyatt 
Claude Hydrick 
Cuthbert Inglett 
Mary Jane Ingram 
Aubrey James 



Joan Jamin 
Randy Jay 
Rosemary Jansen 
William Jennings 
Betty Johnson 
Edward Johnson 
Xora Johnson 
William Johnson 



Gene Johnston 
Barbara Jones 
Carla Jones 
Claudia Jones 
Olivia Jones 
Shannon Jones 
Ann Kanaly 
Audrey Kell 



George Kemp 
Kathryn Kennedy 
Herbert Kernaghan 
George King 
Mary Jo Klein 
Maggie Knoff 
Xancy Krewson 
Brantley Kuglar 



Ronald LaChance 
Frances Laney 
Tommy Lanier 
Jerry Lee 

Jennie Lee Lehmann 
Hariett L- 
Becky Little 
Danford Luke 










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Linda Marks 

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Robert Martin 
Twana Martin 
Glenda Mattox 
John Maxson 
Henrietta May 
Jackie May 
Martha Meacham 
Nancy Merritt 



Bette Miller 
Sara Miller 
Myrna Mitchell 
Charles Montgomery 
Wallace Moody 
Henry Moore 
Andrew Mulcay 
Barbara Mulherin 



Mary Murphy 
Barbara McDaniel 
Charles McDiarmid 
Walter McDougal 
Jane McElmurray 
Barbara McGahee 
Durham McGahee 
Henry McKie 



Walton McNeal 
Reba New 
Art Patchin 
Pete Payne 
Annette Peacock 
Robert Peel 
Fred Phillips 
Frankie Philpot 



Marguerite Philpot 
Thomas Pitcher 
Douglas Pollack 
Abby Prince 
Larry Puckett 
Alice Purdy 
Judy Rabun 
"Alberto Ramos 



Maria Reese 
Jo Ann Reeder 
Jimmy Reese 
Kenneth Richardson 
Pat Robertson 
Virginia Roberts 
Ellis Rozier 
Barbara Russell 



A. R. C. JUNIORS 



Louise Sack 
Sandra Swartz 
Carol Sue Sehwiening 
Edward Scon 
Evelyn Scott 
Barbara Schofield 
Eddie Sills 
Simone Simowitz 



Fred Sims 
George Sims 
Henry Smart 
Barbara Smith 
Barbara C. Smith 
Don Smith 
Hunter Smoak 
Fred Snyder 



Marcia Sparks 
Sylvia Stacks 
Sharon Stadlen 
David Stafford 
Joe Steinburg 
Evelyn Stone 
Ruth Story 
Eddie Jean Johnson 



Barbara Streetman 
Nanette Sturgis 
Kathryn Sullivan 
Ed Sumerau 
Martha Sumerau 
Evelyn Taylor 
Francis Terry 
Carolyn Thomas 



Angela Thurmond 
Becky Towill 
Ernest Towner 
Joy Townes 
Nancy Turner 
Tom Van Hagen 
Joanne Vignati 
Virginia Vignati 



Janie Wade 
James Walker 
Julian Walker 
Marjcrie Ward 
Cobby Ware 
Patsy Weeks 
Mary Jane Welborn 
Edwin Wheeler 



Elise Wilensky 
Glenda St owe 
Kenneth Williams 
Becky Wilson 
Delores Joan Wilson 
Billy Wilson 
Monroe Wilson 
Frances Woo 








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First row: Joan Woodward, Kit Wooten, Beth Wright, Julie Wright, Robert Boltin, 
Nancy Cruser, Robert Dent. Sybil Lee. 

Second row: Vera Wilkerson. William Wood. 



A. R. C SOPHOMORES 

OFFICERS 

Carol Ann Jernigan President 

Ronnie Evans Vice-President 

Barbara Read Secretary-Treasurer 

First row: Roberta Cribb, Ronnie Evans, Lamar Fleming, Jack Fortson, Judy Hancock, 
Carol Ann Jernigan, Jeanette Loflin, Richard Magruder. 

Second row: Georgia Markert. Barbara Read, Patricia Waller. Larry Willige. 







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J. C. A. CLASS PROPHECY 



(Clipped from the 1975 Musketeer) 



Rosie Feese, first lady President, and her 
veep, Jimmy Menger, arrived at the Harman- 
Swann theatre on Broadway in their purple and 
gold jet-propelled car. They had come to attend 
the World Premier showing of Jules Godin's 
new play Souih Atlantic starring Joyce Sullivan, 
Betty Logan, and Henry Bussey with Jerry Ann 
Reese singing her new arrangement of Some 
Enchanted Morning. 

The play was produced by Pete Whately, 
directed by Bobby Burgess, (of course it's a 
comedy), choreography by Ernest Mitchell, and 
musical score by Jimmy Reese. 

As Madame President Feese and Veepie 
drove up to the theatre they saw many celebre- 
ties including Franklin Chance, world connois- 
seur of automobiles, who arrived in his char- 
treuse Cadillac convertible. In the lobby they 
saw Dalton Poole using his best salesmanship 
on would-be popcorn purchasers and James 
Williams who had finally persuaded South 
Carolina to secede from the Union again. Capt. 
Erin Cannon, M.D. was on hand in case the play 
was too upsetting for weak females such as 
Beverly Brandenburg who had just succeeded 
Babe Zaharias. They bought a souvenir pro- 
gram on the back of which the Royal Beach 
Club of Bermuda, owned and operated by 
George Usry and Morgan Lamb, was advertis- 
ed. It was discovered that all art work in the 
theatre was done by the world-renowned team 
of George Stavro, Beverly Farr, and Sylvia 
Edwards. 

The house lights flashed. The Presidential 
Party was quickly ushered to seats by Tommie 
Morris. The curtain rose, Rosie, pardon me, I 
mean the President, did too. The Can-Can girls 



Lelia Sousa, Bobbie McDonald, Carolyn Cour- 
son, and Carol Cole delighted the president and 
the critics, David Guy and Roy Hendrix. 

At intermission President Feese spotted the 
famous Air Force generals Howell Gilmore, 
Williams Morris, Buck Wade, and Jodie Lee. 
Mr. T. C. Story and his secretary Shirley Free- 
land, who wore a special coonskin coat made 
from the unfortunate coons brought back from 
Mr. Story's last Smokey Mountain expedition 
were seen chatting with the gay divorcee Ethel 
Wright, who didn't appreciate her mice after 
she had trapped them. A few rows behind them 
sat the rich heiress, Mrs. C. L. Markwalter, 
with her private detective and companion Grace 
Yarbrough, and her body guards Harold Smith 
and W. D. Rawls. Before the last act an an- 
nouncement was made of the arrival of Geor- 
gia's Governor Charles Bowen, who had arrived 
in Washington for the dedication of the Robert 
E. Lee Memorial Park. He was met at the air- 
port by his close friend Senator Douglas Busbia, 
who was co-sponsor with the Governor of this 
Confederate park. After the dedication the two 
Statesmen would return to the heart of Dixie 
to spend a few days of peace and quiet on the 
farm of former Governor Herman E. Talmadge. 

After the play ended the presidential group 
completed a perfect evening with a buttermilk 
at one of the exclusive Kilduff nightclubs. This 
one was managed by Herman Rowell and fea- 
tured the Dean Jones Band and the singing 
buttermilk bartender Robert Fisher. After 
being interviewed by C. M. and Mildred Yongue, 
reporters from the Newton Herald, the Presi- 
denial Party returned to their jet-propelled car 
for a quick trip back to Washington. 



By Geraldine Rinker and Nancy Marsh 



Life " is a comedy to those who think : 
A tragedy to those who feel." 



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LEANDER R. HATHAWAY 

Captain. Infantry, PMS&T, Infantry OCS, 
Fort Benning, Ga., 1943. Central Europe 
Theater Ribbon. One Battle Star. Ameri- 
can Defense Ribbon. Army of Occupa- 
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M/Sgt H. J. Johnson 




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BATTALION STAFF 





Lt. Col. G. F. Marschalk 

Battalion Commander 



Miss Celeste Weathers 
Honorary Cadet Colonel 




Capt. D. H. Lytle 
Battalion Adjutant 



Miss Marcia Sparks 
Sponsor 




Maj. P. D. Hagler Miss Suzie Baggot 

Battalion Executive Sponsor 




Lt. F. D. Jackson Miss Geraldine Ramsey 
Battalion S-l Sponsor 




Capt. Larry Hildreth 
Battalion S-3 




Miss Nell Young 
Sponsor 



Maj. George Bowen Miss Barbara Clarke 
Battalion S-4 Sponsor 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 








Capt. L. D. Bennett Miss Ann Fields Lt. F. M. Simowitz Miss Rochelle Glasser O. P. Goolsby 

Company Commander Sponsor Executive Officer Sponsor First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATOON 



SECOND PLATOON 



THIRD PLATOON 





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Lt. M. J. Williams 
Platoon Leader 



Miss Carol Little 
Sponsor 



Lt. T. Woodson 
Platoon Leader 



Miss Phyllis Hall 
Sponsor 



Lt. T. W. Harris Miss Mary Sue Hill 

Platoon Leader Sponsor 




A COMPANY 




('apt. L. Chavis Miss Jean Parker 

Company Commander Sponsor 




Lt. C. W. Daniel 
Executive Officer 



Miss Sylvia Frost 
Sponsor 



C. A. Murphy 
First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATOON 



SECOND PLATOON 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. O. W. Belding 
Platoon Leader 



Miss Barbara Read 
Sponsor 





Lt. S. J. Augustine 
Platoon Leader 



Miss Sue Mertins 
Sponsor 



Lt. J. R. Bell 
Platoon Leader 



Miss Becky Wilson 
Sponsor 








B COMPANY 




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Capt. J. B. Dye Miss Annette Miles Lt. R. C. Kilpatrick Miss Mary Jo Clark 

Company Commander Sponsor Executive Officer Sponsor 



E. A. Da vies 
First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATOON 



SECOND PLATOON 



THIRD PLATOON 




Lt. R. B. Moog Miss Martha Sumerau 

Platoon Leader Sponsor 




Lt. E. R. Wylds 

Platoon Leader 



Miss Betty McCorkle 
Sponsor 




Lt. D. R. V.'illiams Miss Eleanor Kilpatrick 
Platoon Leader Sponsor 




C COMPANY 





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Capt. B. G. Mullins Miss Nita Martin Lt. A. R. Tanner Miss Miriam Usry 

Company Commander Sponsor Executive Officer Sponsor 



G. M. Brack 

First Sergeant 



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Lt. C. K. Boyette 
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Miss Elaine Hogan 
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Lt. W. B. Burdison Miss Barbara Simpson 
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Lt. T. R. Williamson Miss Shirley Thompson 
Platoon Leader Sponsor 



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Capt. L. F. Friedman Miss Temma Zipper Lt. C. W. Johnson 
Band Captain Sponsor Executive Officer 



Miss Sarah Miller 
Sponsor 




L. R. Hatfield 
First Sergeant 



BAND PERSONNEL 



Cornets: 
Bobby Bush 
Billy Norris 
Fred Phillips 
Bobby Ware 
Sammie Smith 
James Evans 
Walker Mobley 

Clarinets: 
Norris Blair 
Allen Mobley 
Donald McNeil 
Robert Marion 
Allen Hagin 
David Jones 



Bass Clarinets: 
Cornelius Harmon 

Alto Clarinet: 

Donald Willis 

Bassoon: 

Loren Hatfield 

French Horn: 
Douglas Pollak 

Saxophones: 
Russell Oliver 
David Brown 
Eddie Sills 
Robert Touart 



Baritones: 
Robert Bowman 
Leonard Friedman 

Bass Horns: 
Donald Rentz 
Tommy Reese 

Trombone: 

Claude Johnson 

Drums: 

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Bobby Boltin 
Jack Fortson 
John Flewelling 
Bill Coleman 
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SABRE CLUB 




Maj. George Bowen Lt. Tommy Harris Lt. William Belding Maj. Danny Hagler Lt. Danny Williams 
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain 



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First row, left to right: Bowen, Harris, Belding, Hagler, Williams. 

Second row: Marschalk, Lytle, Hildreth, Chavis, Dye, Mullins. 

Third row: Bennett, Friedman, Tanner, Daniel, Moog, Bell, Williams, Woodson. 

Fourth row: Williamson, Kilpatrick, Simowitz, Boyette, Wylds, Johnson, Jackson 




SFC John P. Dooley 
Instructor and Coach 



RIFLE TEAM 




First row, left to right: George Bowen, William Aune, Richard Davis, Larry Hildreth. 
Second row: William Harden, Terry Bentley, William Harper, Howard Joe, John 
Maxson. 




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PRIZE DRILL AWARDS 



The Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre — 
Sgt. Maj. Sherrill B. Kelly. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre 
— First Sergeant Horace E. Moore. 

The American Legion Sabre — Capt. 
G. W. Swancy, Commanding Officer 
of Company "B". 

The General Leonard Wood Medal — 
First Sergeant Horace E. Moore. 

The Cohen Medal— Lt. Col. Kenneth 
H. Merry. 

The Levy Medal — Cadet George F. 
Marschalk. 

Outstanding Member of the Band — 
Capt. Leonard Friedman. 




Xeatest Cadet — Cadet M. V. Jenkins. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Company- 
Company "A", commanded by Capt. 
Preston Sizemore. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Platoon- 
Second Platoon of Company "B". 
commanded by Lt. John Brinson. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Squad— Second 
Squad, Second Platoon of Hdg. Com- 
pany, commanded by Sgt. Dennis H. 
Lytle. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Cadet— Cadet 
George F. Marschalk of Company 
"A". 



THE SHERIDAN SABRE 



The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award 
made annually by the Reserve Officers Association to the 
Cadet Officer of the ROTC unit who is judged to be the 
best soldier. The sabre is awarded in memory of Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of the Academy, who 
lost his life in the football uniform of West Point. 

In order for a cadet to win this award, he must be an 
outstanding officer, a capable and versatile student, a pro- 
ficient athlete and a leader in class activities. 

The Sheridan Sabre has come to be the most coveted 
award that any Academy student can receive and without 
exception these students have been first and foremost gen- 
tlemen possessing excellent characters. 



The Sheridan Sabre, 1954 




LT. COL KEXXETH H. MERRY 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL 




First row. left to right: Gerald Hixon. Otis Henderson. K 
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Jack Fisher. Jimmy Cook. Charles Moody. Bill Force. Pa 
Harold Mock. Butch Stapleton. David Milligan. Ronnie E 
Myrick. Al Stephenson. A. J. Furst. Ernie Masters. Bobby 
Don Kemp. Gary Melton. Philip Goolsby. Al Davies. Charl 
Harper. Fourth row: Ed Phillips. Bonnie Williams. Hem 
Jimmy Kinsey. Lamar Fleming, Brantley Kugler. Joe M 
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t Dye. Don Grantham. Curly Stephens. Lombard Fortson. 
vans, and Larry Willige. Third row: Oliver Russel. David 
Shepherd. Conrad Goodwin, Walter Byrd. Tom Pitcher, 
es Everett. Cree Kilpatrick. Richard Magruder and Bill 
y Marks. Tony Atkins. Frank Fortune. Larry Bennett 
artin. Ed Wheeler. Milton Burroughs. Willard James, and 




Coaches: Flowers. Bolton, Head Coach Milligan. Inman. 




FOOTBALL SCORES 

Richmond 26 — Aiken 

Richmond 28 — Glynn Academy 

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Richmond 13 — Darlington 

Richmond 14 — Commercial 

Richmond 16 — Benedictine 

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Left to right: James Rogers, Ray Grubbs, Coby Ware, Gary Melton, Tom Pitcher, Leon 
McGowan, Jack Fisher, Frank Whitley. Wayne Richards, Larry Bennett, Bill Smith, 
Bonny Ford, Hal Miller, Johnny Dowdy, and Bill Kuhlke. 




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'A" VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 

Richmond 53 — Thomson 52 

Richmond 60 — Smith 67 

Richmond 62— Southwest 50 

Richmond 54 — Commerical 57 

Richmond 64 — Savannah 42 

Richmond 43 — Georgia Frosh.... 56 
Richmond 45 — S. C. Freshmen .. 71 

Richmond 73 — Glynn 51 

Richmond 57 — Benedictine 36 

Richmond 57 — Catholic 42 

Richmond 50 — Commercial 66 

Richmond 50 — Savannah 64 

Richmond 61 — Glynn 59 

Richmond 53 — Benedictine 34 

Richmond 61— O'Keefe 62 

Richmond 35 — North Fulton 54 

Richmond 60— Catholic 55 

Richmond 45 — Georgia Frosh .... 75 
Richmond 57 — S. C. Freshmen.. 61 
Region Tournament: 

Richmond 70— Catholic 67 

Richmond 53 — Savannah 65 

Richmond 57 — Commerical 72 

State Tournament: 

Richmond 44— Griffin 73 




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First row: Luther Shead. Warren Xorris. Bonny Ford. Bozo Pounds. Danny Williams. 
James Rogers. Marion Howard. Forest Hensley. and Art Patchin. Second row: Charles 
Smith. Edward McCaslin. Jack Fisher. Herbert Alewine. Tom Pitcher. Gary Melton. 
Cliff Channell. Gregory White. Robert Michels. and Bill Smith. Third row: Bill Kulkhe. 
Leon McGown. Bernard Moog. Ray Grubbs. Hal Miller. Johnny Dowdy. Manley Gilmer, 
Charles Clayton. John Keefer. Larry Willige and Coach A. L. Williams. 



1954 STATE CHAMPIONS 



BASEBALL SCORES FOR 1954 

Richmond 5 — Graniteville 4 

Richmond 5 — L. B. C 

Richmond 1 — North Augusta .... 5 

Richmond 14 — Graniteville 9 

Richmond 14 — Aiken 1 

Richmond 4 — Savannah .... .... 3 

Richmond 1 — Aiken 

Richmond 6 — Glynn 

Richmond 6 — Commercial 1 

Richmond 4 — Catholic 5 

Richmond 6 — Benedictine 2 

Richmond 9— Glynn 2 

Richmond 1 — Catholic 

Richmond 12 — Benedictine 1 

Richmond 4 — Commercial 1 

State Tournament: 

Richmond 5 — Griffin 

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First row: Willard James, Tony Atkins, Milton Burroughs, and Charles Brigham. 
Second row: Coach Langston Bolton, Larry Bennett, Jimmy Cook, Ronnie Evans, Frank 
Fortune, Bayliss Burdison, and Danny Hagler. 



TRACK SCHEDULE FOR 1955 
♦April 1 — Savannah, Columbia High 

April 5— Rock Hill 
*April 14 — Savannah River Area with Aiken, North Augusta, Louisville 

April 16 — Georgia Military Academy 

April 22 & 23— Region Meet in Savannah 

April 29 — University of Georgia Freshmen 

May 6 & 7— State Meet at Athens 
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Markert, Janelle Dempsey. Third row: Mary Ellen Abbott, Barbara Read, Linda Wil- 
liams, Camilla Paschal, and Coach Betty Clark. Not present when the picture was 
taken: Ann Fields. 




Coach Betty Clark 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORES 

Richmond 38 — Hephzibah 37 

Richmond 42 — Graniteville 35 

Richmond 30 — Crawfordville .... 50 

Richmond 38 — L. B. C 15 

Richmond 51 — Commercial 42 

Richmond 44 — Savannah 39 

Richmond 46 — Graniteville 26 

Richmond 37 — St. Vincent's 19 

Richmond 46 — Hephzibah 45 

Richmond 72 — Commercial 55 

Richmond 26 — Savannah 48 

Richmond 39 — Harlem 29 

Richmond 30 — Langford 12 

Richmond 31 — Elberton 72 

Richmond 52— L. B. C 34 

Richmond 30 — Mt. St. Joseph.... 23 

Richmond 46 — Washington 49 

Richmond 31 — Washington 44 

Richmond 33 — North Augusta... 46 

Richmond 49 — North Augusta.... 46 
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Richmond 40 — Decatur 45 



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Left to right: Jimmy Cook, David Milligan, Pat Dye, Herbert Alewine, Steno Augustine, 
Joe Martin, Oliver Russell, Tony Atkins, Butch Myrick, Bill Force, Larry Willige, and 
Cliff Channell. 




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SCORES 

Richmond 32 — Hephzibah 33 

Richmond 52— L. B. C 30 

Richmond 51 — Graniteville 49 

Richmond 48 — Crawfordville .... 49 

Richmond 57— L. B. C 47 

Richmond 4S — Harlem 34 

Richmond 63— Commercial "B" 33 

Richmond 50 — Harlem 34 

Richmond 67 — Savannah "B" .... 34 

Richmond 62 — Graniteville 55 

Richmond 70 — Washington 48 

Richmond 41 — Hephzibah 35 

Richmond 83 — Commercial "B" 44 

Richmond 64— Harlem 32 

Richmond 68 — Savannah "B".... 46 

Richmond 70 — Langford 37 

Richmond 78 — Washington 61 

Richmond 67— Tubman 42 

Richmond 57 — Sibley 50 

Richmond 63 — North Augusta... 53 



Coach A. L. Williams 




First row: Jimmy Walker, Clark Willingham, Handy Strozier, and Harry Harper. 

Second row: Sam Mays. Boykin Wright. Lee Parks, Coby Ware, and Raworth 
Williamson. 



GOLF 



TENNIS 




First row: Stuart Brown. Lombard Fortson. Earl Gregory. 
Second row: Lamar Fleming. David Milligan. Wally Myers. 



A. R. C. Last Will and Testament 



WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OP 1955, do hereby leave 

(finally) : 
ITEM I — We, Miriam Usry, Barbara Clarke, and Paula Hickson, 
being of unsound mind and unsteady nerves, do will and be- 
queath to any three unsuspecting Junior girls our nickname, 
"The Three Musketeers." in hopes that they will have as much 
fun sticking 'together as we have had. 
ITEM II — I, Loren Hatfield, do hereby leave my first sergeant 

stripes to John Findley. 
ITEM III — We, Barbara Hammett, Henri-Anne Girardot, Nancy 
Ford, Carol Little, Angela Brown, Janace Fender, Edna Mae 
Godwin, and Connie Currie, do hereby leave to the Juniors 
of ARC a box of baking powder so that they may rise to be 
swell Seniors. 
ITEM IV— I, Betty Ellis, being of shallow mind, big feet, and 
smoke-filled brain, do will and bequeath to Sandra Stacks one 
package of Winstons in hopes that she may get as much out 
of them as I did. I have also reserved the largest chair in the 
third floor lounge for her convenience. 
ITEM V — I, Rennie Beasley, being of stiff fingers and feeble mind, 
do hereby will and bequeath my typewriter in Mrs. Hall's 
typing class to Jerry Loner, hoping that it will not beat her 
at her own game. 
ITEM VI — I. Barbara Burns Davis, do bequeath the ability to get 
married in the middle of my Senior year to the first Junior 
that's in love enough to get married. 
ITEM VII— I, Shirley Clifford, do will and bequeath to Mary Ellen 
Abbott my ability to get out of fourth period study hall every 
day and not be hunted all over the school by Mr. Bolton. 
ITEM VIII — We, Gail Vansant and Nancie Marsh, being mental 
and physical wrecks after our many years of hard slaving at 
ARC, do will and bequeath our two worn-out brain cells to 
any future trig students, in hopes that they may pass without 
burning too much of the midnight oil. 
ITEM IX — I, Fran Merry, being of diminutive mind and monstrous 
heart, do hereby will and bequeath my hatred for Darlington 
School to Sara Miller in hopes that she will get up there more 
often than I have. 
ITEM X — I, Dian Morris, do hereby will and bequeath to Patricia 
Paulos, my ability to be the last one in class and the first one 
out. 
ITEM XI — We, Betty Monk and Martha Ann Wiggins, being of un- 
sound minds, do bequeath to the oncoming Faculty Editors 
our ability to make a mess out of the Faculty Section of the 
annual. 
ITEM XII — I. Barbara Geddings. do will and bequeath my precious 
shorthand book and the sixth desk on the first row in Mrs. 
Hall's room to Johanna Parkman. I know that she will keep 
the seat warm and the book hot. 
ITEM XIII — I, Dennis Lytle, don't leave anything to anybody, be- 
cause I need everything I have, and then some. 
ITEM XIV — I, Ann Yonce, do leave to any Junior, my ability to 

make exceedingly high grades under Mr. Charles Mitchell. 
ITEM XV — We, Marjorie Burgamy, Dian Morris, Edna Mae God- 
win, and Melba McNeal. being of bowed legs and knocked 
knees from walking Broad Street trying to sells ads for the 
Annual, do hereby will and bequeath to some curious Juniors 
what little atomic energy that we might have left in hopes 
that they can sell more ads than we did. 
ITEM VXI — I. Sharon Osheroff, being of sound mind and well-worn 
heart do hereby leave my ability to fall in love fifty times a 
year to any Junior girl who doesn't like to go steady. 
ITEM XVII — We, Anne Hardin, Fran Merry, Nancy Greene, Ann 
Anderson, Celeste Weathers, Ann Younce, Virginia Wilcox. 
Agnes Kuhlke, Marty Stafford, and Barbara Thompson, do will 
and bequeath that Large Economy size bottle of glue left to 
us by Jeanne N., Eleanor K., Adelaide P., Pat H., Joyce H., 
Becky W., and Margot T., to Beth H., Betty C, Mullie M. t Becky 
T., Patsy W., Kitty C. Jennie Lee Lee L., Barbara B., Linda 
M., and Becky W., in hopes that they will stick together even 
longer than we have. 



ITEM XVIII— I, Lou Saul, do hereby will and bequeath a box of 

cigars to Mr. Read if he can catch me. 
ITEM XVIX— I, Barbara Wheeler, being of rickety legs and muscu- 
lar arms do will and bequeath to Pat Fitzgerald my question- 
able ability to get along with Miss Clark. 
ITEM XX — I, Marvin Jenkins, do hereby leave to Lois Frolkis all 
my extra units with the hope that she might get out of ARC 
sooner than I did. 
ITEM XXI — We, Nancy Greene, Agnes Kuhlke, Fran Merry, Vir- 
ginia Wilcox, and Anne Hardin, being of brilliant ( ?) minds 
and lonely hearts do generously will and bequeath our startl- 
ing ability to get a good parking place on the front row every 
morning no matter how late we are, to any five Juniors who 
make the mistake of forming a carpool. 
ITEM XXII — We, Barbara Simpson and Gail Burnette, being of 
ingenious wit and generous hearts, do hereby will and be- 
queath to Elizabeth Huggins and Sibbie Hogan our amazing 
ability to go to the First Aid Room, downtown, home, the 
Annual office, the Varsity, and various and sundry other places 
(all without legitimate excuse) and still pass all our courses. 
ITEM XXIII— We, the Senior members of the Tri-Alpha, do will 
and bequeath to next year's club our ability to make so much 
money on our rummage sales. 
ITEM XXIV — I. Leopold (Poly) Cohen, being of unsound mind do 
hereby leave to "Skunk" Furst my ability for drilling and get- 
ting along with the Military Department. 

ITEM XXV — I, Norma Jean Hall, do will and bequeath my twenty 
extra credits to my brother, Jimmy, who will surely need them. 

ITEM XXVI — I, Larry Childers, hereby leave my ability to skip 
classes to Jimmy Ross, provided that he will keep up my 
name on all my old desks. 

ITEM XXVII— We, Wyoline Gones and Pat Hyder, being of un- 
sound minds and strong constitution, do leave our ability to 
stick together through thick and thin, teachers and homework, 
and even chemistry to Nan Wade and Martha Usry. 

ITEM XXVIII— I, Jackie Powell, do leave to Jackie Boyette the 
ability to go steady with a boy who plays in a dance band 
and still be able to attend the dances. 

ITEM XXIX— I, Kathy Major, do will and bequeath to Twana 
Martin my ability to worry about my Jove-life. This ability, 
willed to me by Marion Cook, has been well-worn, but it is 
hoped that Twana won't need it as much as I have. 

ITEM XXX — I, Camilla Paschal, being of strong basketball spirit, 
do bequeath my ability to make two points in a game where 
I play guard to Mary Ellen Abbott. 

ITEM XXXI — I, Leonard Friedman, do hereby will and bequeath 
my talents to the Richmond Academy Music Department. 

ITEM XXXII — We, Nancy Durden and Jan Foster, of the city of 
Augusta, County of Richmond and State of Georgia, being of 
fairly sound minds do hereby will and bequeath to Jackie 
Boyette and Annette Peacock our ability to get out of Mr. 
Flowers' fourth period study hall. 

ITEM XXXIII — I, Temma Zipper, do leave to any sneaky Junior 
my ability to finish my homework during class sessions with- 
out getting caught. 

ITEM XXXIV — I, August Roesel, being of sound mind, but unstable 
feet do leave to Tony Brown my standing room on the bus. 

ITEM XXXV — I. Ann Anderson, being of feeble mind, shot nerves, 
and shaken body do will and bequeath to next year's Theta 
president my ability to cut school to carry on Theta business 
without getting detention hall, flunked, or expelled. 

ITEM XXXVI — I, Suzie Baggott, being of unsound mind, do will 
and bequeath to Janelle Dempsey my ability to get a boy and 
go steady with him more than one week. 

ITEM XXXVII — I, Tommy Woodson, do hereby leave my (happy) 
memories of ARC to Phyllis Hall. 

ITEM XXXVIII — I, Celeste Weathers, being of a true heart and 
love-struck mind, do will and bequeath to Boots Whitten the 
luck of having my "beau" home from college every week-end. 

(Continued on page S3) 






A. R. C. Last Will and Testament 






(Continued from page 82) 

ITEM XXXIX — I, Edna Beasley, do will and bequeath my know- 
ledge in History to any poor person who will take it. 

ITEM XL — I, Barbara Thompson, being of reasonably sound mind, 
do will and bequeath to the next treasurer of the Tri-Alpha 
the ability to always have more money in the treasury than 
on the books in hopes that they'll be able to go to Daytona on 
a House Party. 

ITEM XLI — We. the back right hand corner of Mr. Owens' English 
class, do will and bequeath to our successors our ability to 
talk all during class and still make 100's on all the tests. 

ITEM XL1I — I, Carole Ann Tessier. being of unstable mind but 
utterly truthful, do hereby will and bequeath to Kit Wooten 
and Sandy Stacks, as willed to me by Marilyn Evans, the 
ability to complete three years at Richmond without being 
beheaded for cheering for Catholic High. 

ITEM XLI 1 1— We, Robert Touart and Billy Norris. leave our great 
musical talent and ability to Uncle Louie so that he may 
pound it into the heads of the members of next year's band. 

ITEM XLIV — We, Fran Merry, Miriam Usry, and Joan May do 
will and bequeath to Ann Fields, Sally Beckum, and Becky 
Towill our sad minds and heavy hearts, saying, "Absence 
makes the heart grow fonder." 

ITEM XLV— I. Sara Story, leave to Martha Usry. my locker to 
keep her tennis shoes in. 

ITEM XLVI — I, Elizabeth South, being of unsound mind do will 
and bequeath to Barbara Read my ability to sneak to the EZ 
more times than two, in hopes that she will not end up in 
detention hall as I did and still get along with Dean Maden. 

ITEM XLVII— We, Perry Dukes, Robert Lord, and Ed Doolittle will 
just leave and will the Faculty be happy! 

ITEM XLVII I — I. Carolyn Bostick, being of unsound mind, do will 
and bequeath to Becky Towill my ability to bluff my way 
through Alg. 45 (as successfully as we did Chemistry), pro- 
viding she has nerve enough to try it. 

ITEM XLIX — I, Gail Burnette, being of faltering mind, but staunch 
spirit do hereby leave to any Junior who might snag a Clem- 
son cadet, my strong and hearty support of the Clemson foot- 
ball team in spite of the scoreboard. 

ITEM L — I, Betty Jo Cadden, do will and bequeath to Carolyn 
Laney my ability to get to school late and still get the same 
parking place. 

ITEM LI — I, Joan Clark, do will and bequeath to Shirley Abbott 
my place in the front seat of J. F.'s car, in hopes that she will 
get as big a thrill as I did. 

ITEM LII — I. Norris Blair, do hereby leave my soiled dungarees to 
anybody in Sergeant Johnson's EXTRASIZE team. 

ITEM LIII — I, Kathy Major, being of great stature, (physically at 
least) do leave five or six inches of my height to Linda Marks, 
to even us up a little bit. 

ITEM LIV — I, Legene Davis, just plain leave! ! ! 

ITEM LV— We, Annette Miles, Merle Mutimer, and Gloria Mock, 
leave our ability to cut up in Mr. Moseley's seventh period 
study hall and get by with it, to the future roll callers. 

ITEM LVI— I. Paula Hyams, will to Nancy Grice my ability to get 
out of fourth period every day. 

ITEM LVII — We, Bobby Tanner and Benny Mullins. being "crazy 
little mixed up kids", do hereby will and bequeath our ranks 
and privileges to some unsuspecting cadets. 

ITEM LVIII — I, Bobby Moody, leave to Henry Marks and Jimmy 
Walker a cigar from Mr. Read's room and a lovable M-I rifle 
in the Captain's army. 

ITEM LIX — I. Sue White, being of a sorry state of mind, do will 
and bequeath to any Yankee junior the ability to pass Mr. 
Cordle's history 31 and 32. 

ITEM LX — I, Mullie, do will and bequeath to any junior the ability 
to graduate a year early by studying hard. 

ITEM LXI — I, Freddie Simowitz, being of sane mind, do hereby 
will and bequeath my ability to "shake the dew off the lily" 
to Daniel Levy who looks at things from a different angle. 



ITEM LXIL- 1, Carolyn Prickett, being of no mind, do hereby will 
and bequeath to Don Kemp the ability to find someone else 
to call "Leona" and never be able to guess the meaning behind 
it. 

ITEM LXIII— I, Margaret Steele, do will to "Pig" Luke, Mr. A. L. 
William's economics class at third period and hope he will 
have the brain that is required to exempt it. 

ITEM LXIV — I, Annie Laurie Maddox, do hereby bequeath to Betty 
Maddox my ability to enjoy studying when I would rather be 
doing something else. 

ITEM LXV— I, Sara Thompson, do will and bequeath to Gloria 
Swearingen my ability to be late for study hall and not be 
caught. 

ITEM LXVI— We, Bobbie Hayes. Martha Ann Cauthen. Marion 
Adkins, Joan May, and Missie Brandon do will and bequeath 
to Sally Beckum, Ann Atwood, Barbara Jean Corley, and Jane 
McElmurray our ability to go to school for twelve years and 
do nothing spectacular or outstanding. 

ITEM LXVII— I, Carol Lee Ward, being of chemical mind, do here- 
by will and bequeath my ability to pass chemistry to Mr. Lam- 
bert's chemistry classes to come. 

ITEM LXVIII— I, Gloria Hazel, do will and bequeath to Jane 
Powell the ability to smile at any cute boy. provided that she 
doesn't get caught by his steady. 

ITEM LXIX — I, Barbara Clark, being of very unsound mind, but 
happy, do will and bequeath to Mary Sue Hill the ability to 
smile and get lipstick on her ears; in hopes that she will 
always keep that very happy face. 

ITEM LXX — We, Celeste Weathers and Ann Anderson, do will to 
next year's house party committee our ability to cut Miss 
Strauss's classes in order to go to Florida and find a house. 

ITEM LXXI-I, Ginger Cawley, do will and bequeath to Ann Henke 
my ability to do homework while watching "I Love Lucy" or 
"George Gobel ". 

ITEM LXXII— We, Lillian Boatwright and Kaye Maeuch, being of 
sound mind and body, do will to any two deserving Juniors 
the ability to leave school every day at 12 o'clock for two 
months, as we did, without getting capital — or for that matter 
— any punishment. 

ITEM LXXIII — I, Faye Burton, do hereby leave my perfect typing 
and filing ability under Mr. Mac to Margaret Mundy. 

ITEM LXXIV — 1, Gail Leverette, being of sound mind and straight 
hair, do hereby will and bequeath all of my seventy-two bobby 
pins, to be distributed among all the Junior gals with unruly 
locks. 

ITEM LXXV — I Rochelle Glasser, do will and bequeath my extra 
.7 of a credit to Simone Simowitz to help her graduate. 

ITEM XLVI — We, Thomas Anderson and Vernon Puckett, being of 
a very sound mind, will and bequeath the right to anyone to 
complain to Mr. Read about the strange odor of a "cigar." 

ITEM LXXVII— We, Jackie Halford and Marlene Hadden, do will 
and bequeath to Dianne Wren the ability to complain about 
Mr. A. L. Williams' loud shirts and not fail the course. 

ITEM LXXVIII — I, Douglas McCoy, being of sound mind, do here- 
by will and bequeath to the cadets my ability to get out of 
drill without being caught. 

ITEM LXXIX— I, Edward Doolittle, being of sound mind, will my 
ability to stay in extra drill all year to all future cadets. 

ITEM LXXX — I, Elaine Hogan, do will to Jackie Boyette my ability 
to get along so well with her brother. 

ITEM LXXXI — I, Eleanor Hemstreet, being of weak mind and run- 
down shoes, do leave THE RAINBOW, NOW— 

Signed, sealed and delivered by the Class of 1955 to be its last 

will and testament. 

Witnessed by: 

KATHY MAJOR 
GAIL BURNETTE 
BARBARA SIMPSON 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




Seated: Marilyn Evans, Miss Gladys Needham, Elaine Hogan, Fran Merry, Mary Sue 

Hill, Eleanor Hemstreet, Sue Mertins. 
Standing: Mr. Grover Williams, Terry Bentley, Cree Kilpatrick. Pete Whatley, Bill 

Kuhlke, Bill Force. 





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OFFICERS 

Pete Whatley President 

Mary Sue Hill Vice President 

Sue Mertins (not pictured) Secretary 

Faculty Advisers: Mr. Grover Williams, 
Miss Gladys Needham. 



ACT III 




THE RAINBOW STAFF 




LITERARY STAFF 

Sharon Osheroff, Geraldine Rinker, Marjorie Burgamy, Grace Mangum, Becky Towill, Martha Ann Wiggins, Virginia Kluttz. Nancy 
Greene, Mary Clark, Dennis Lytle. Peggy Cook, Brailsford Nixon, Kathy Major, Fran Merry, Nancie Marsh, Edna Mae Godwin, 
Annette Wood, Kitty Coleman. Marguerite Philpot. Gail Burnette, Helen Eve, Betty Cook, Dian Morris, Melba McNeal. Bscky 
Wilson, Celeste Weathers, Linda Marks, Rochelle Glasser, Virginia Middleton, Camilla Paschal, Patricia Swain, B. J. Arnold, Ann 
Hardin, Ann Yonce, Martha Stafford, Jennie Lee Lehmann, Barbara Bowen, Marcia Sparks, Shirley Clifford, Barbara Simpson, Tom 
Van Hagan, George Stavro, Betty Monk. 




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Left to right: Faculty Adviser, Miss Jaquelin Marshall; Picture Editor, Sharon Osheroff; 
Military Editor, Dennis Lytle; Sports Editor, Mary Clark; Literary Editor. Nancy 
Greene. 



Eleanor Hemstreet 
Editor-in-chief 




Left to right: Faculty Editor, Martha Wiggins, Junior College Editor, Geraldins Rinker; 
Art Editors: Tom Van Hagan. Virginia Kluttz; Feature Editor Brailsford Nixon. 



THE RAINBOW STAFF 




BUSINESS STAFF. 

Betty Ellis, Mary Hobbs, Legene Davis, Jan Foster, Nancy Durd n, Gail Burnette, Jeanette Loflin, Shirley Clifford, Mary Abbott. 
Barbara Simpson, Martha Wiggins, Barbara Wheeler, Dian Morris, Melba McNeal, Sharon Osheroff, Jackie Halford, Marjorie Bur- 
gamy, Annette Wood, Joan Hancock, Geraldine Rinker, Peggy Klrkland, Gretchen Corley, Nancy McGinty, Barbara Martin, Bob 
Klett, Een Ricketson, Bob Bush, Betty Harter, Dennis Lytle, Peggy Cook, Kathy Major. Virginia Kluttz, Janelle Dempsey. Sue 
White. Yvonne Wilson, Roy Stewart. 



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Left to right: Martha Wiggins, Associate Sales Manager; Peggy Cook, Associate Sales 
Manager; Dennis Lytle, Circulation Manager; Betty Ellis, Business Manager; Mary 
Hobbs. Business Manager. 



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Publisher 




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Barbara Wheeler, Marjorie Burgamy, Gail Burnette, Jeanette Loflin, 
Assistant Sales Managers 



MUSKETEER STAFF 




Kathy Major 
Brailsford Nixon 
Sharon Osheroff 



Danny Hauler 
Mr. Scott 
Chick Williams 



Cshe Jnuskeleer 

Published eight times yearly by the 

Students of the Academy of 

Richmond County and the 

Junior College of Augusta 

Subscription price 80c per year. 

Single Copy 10 cents 
Advertising rates on application. 

Entered as second class matter, Nov- 
ember 1st. 1948 at the Post Office at 
Augusta. Georgia under the Act of 
March 3, 1879. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Kathy Major Editor-in-Chief 

Brailsford Nixon __ _.._ Associate Editor 

Sharon Osheroff Associate Editor 

REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 
Marita Ballard, Lewis Barnes, Mary 
Barton, Larry Bennett, Terry Bentley, 
Beverly Brandenburg, Charles Bowen, 
Caroline Courson, Shirley Freeland, Gregg 
Hall, Arthur Hatfield, Sibbie Hogan, Bar- 
bara Martin, Fran Merry, Joyce Mitchell. 
Nancy McGinty, Pat McNeil, Freddie 
Olive, Frank Patterson, Avis Rampley, 
Don Smith, Barbara Stevens, Susan Tomp- 
kins. Miriam Usry, Eston Wall, Celeste 
Weathers and Chick Williams. 

BUSINESS STAFF 
Danny Hagler _ Business Manager 

Advertising Solicitors* 
G. M. Scott Faculty Adviser 



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PHI THETA KAPPA 





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Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for Junior College students. Comparable to 
Phi Beta Kappa in Senior colleges, this scholastic attainment group must have 
maintained an average of A or better, for the first three semesters of colloge 
work. Thus, one qualifies for membership. 

Some 25 years ago the local chapter of Junior College of Augusta began to function. 

Seated: Jules Godin, Rosemary Feese. Standing: Robert Smalley, Pete Whatley. 

(Not pictured: Mary Ann Dye) 




Faculty Adviser: Mr. A. L. Williams 




GOLD R SOCIETY 




The Gold R. Society was founded in 1931 under the sponsorship 
of Professor Ernest M. Allen. Its purpose is to recognize achieve- 
ment among Academy Senior boys in character, in scholar- 
ship, and in three of the four fields of leadership, athletics. 
military, and other school and community activities. 




Left to right: Cree Kilpatrick, Bob Klett. Mr. H. O. Read 



GIRLS ACTIVITIES SOCIETY 





Faculty Adviser: Miss Mary Gilliland 



The Girls Activities Medal is a recognition for service and parti- 
cipation in the various phases of school life. While it is not primarily 
an academic award nevertheless a recipient must have maintained an 
average of eighty in academic subjects. In addition to the academic 
requirement a student must have earned points, total of twelve in 
athletics, school leadership, and active membership in school or- 
ganizations that have been approved by the Honors Committee of the 
Faculty. 

When Academy of Richmond County became a co-educational 
institution in September 1950, the Honors Committee realized the 
need for recognition of outstanding girl-students. The Girls Activities 
Medal was proposed and approved by the Faculty. The first awards 
were made during the spring term of 1952. 



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Seated: Camilla Paschal, Kathy Major. Standing: Elaine Hogan, Eleanor Hemstreet. 



CHRISTIAN WORKERS COUNCIL 







Mary E. Abbott 
Doyle Abernathy 
Marion Adkins 
Anne Atwood 
Suzie Baggott 
Ruth Bailey 
Sue Beall 
Sally Beckum 
Billy Belding 
Charles Bell 
Edith Blackstone 
Claire Blanchard 
Betty Baab 
Nancy Bridges 
Marjorie Burgamy 
Gail Burnette 
Vicki Calhoun 
Laura Ann Chambley 
Lenard Chavis 
Larry Childers 
Carole Christian 
Judy Christian 
Barbara Clark 
Joan Clarke 
Joe Cooler 
Roberta Cribb 
Carolyn Prichett 
Janelle Dempsey 
Ann Dixon 
Martha Dozier 
Delores Drost 
Betty DuBois 
Nancy Durden 
Sylvia Edwards 
Janice Ergle 
Sylvia Faglier 
P.eveiiy Farr 
Betty Fields 
Vera Florence 



Ann Godsey 
Nancy Ford 
Barbara Freeman 
Manly Gilmer 
Edna Godwin 
Nancy Grice 
Marlene Hadden 
Jackie Halford 
Jean Hall 
Barbara Hayes 
Bayliss Burdison 
Virginia Hendrix 
Mary Sue Hill 
Louise Holland 
Barbara Hammett 
James A. Harter 
Paula Hyams 
Marion Howard 
Pat Hughes 
Shirley Hutto 
June Ingram 
Betty Jo Cadden 
Betty Johnson 
Ann Jones 
Barbara Jones 
Emily Jones 
Jean Keel 
Bobbie Kielholtz 
Kathryn Kennedy 
Peggy Kirk land 
Frances Laney 
Dennis Lytle 
Annie Laurie Maddox 
Kathy Major 
Linda Marks 
Joan May 
Betty McCorkle 
Douglas McCoy 
Melba McNeal 
Martha Meachom 



Nancy Merritt 
Fran Merry 
Sara Miller 
Jack Mitchell 
Jimmy Mixon 
Brailsoford Nixon 
Cecelia Odom 
Doris O'Tyson 
Glenda Mattox 
Camilla Paschal 
Shelby Perdue 
Barbara Pound 
Jackie Powell 
Shirley Price 
Alice Purdy 
Judy Raburn 
Jo Ann Reeder 
Charlotte Raum 
Virginia Roberts 
Pat Robertson 
Billie Jean Rogers 
Betty Rachels 
Roger Sanderson 
Barbara Simpson 
Marion Smith 
Marcia Sparks 
Margaret Steele 
Sara Story 
Thomas Story 
Glenda Stowe 
Frieda Strauss 
Martha Sumerau 
Gloria Swearingen 
Sara Thompson 
Ernest Towner 
Joyce Utley 
Janie Wade 
Mary Widener 
Martha Wiggins 
Alvis Willis 



Barbara Wheeler 
Ellen Woo 
Annette Wood 
Jo Ann Wren 
Kit Wooten 
Beth Wright 
Julie Wright 
Lombard Fortson 
Francis James 
Judy Blackmon 
Florence Broom 
Raymond Danielle 
Betty Atkinson 
Sue Fortney 
Millie Tisdale 
Evelyn Stone 
Ginger Vignati 
Jo Ann Vignati 
Merita Ballard 
Faye Burton 
Barbara Burns Davis 
Wally Myers 
Bill Hardin 
Carietta Lambeth 
Bayliss Burdison 



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OFFICERS 

Lenard Chavis _ President 

Barbara Simpson Vice-President 

Billy Belding Secretary-Treasurer 

Mr. Eubanks Adviser 



BETA CLUB 




P^^^ft OFFICERS 

** "^"" »V» President Kathy Major 

£Z. / Vice-President Nancie Marsh 

-^~*T m Secretary Carole Little 

Ml ■( ^H Treasurer Freddie Simowitz 

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Parliamentarian Sharon Osheroff 

Chaplain Elaine Hogan 

Advisers Mr. Dye and Mr. Oellerich 





Maxine Allen, Bobby Anderson, Betty Baab, Miriam Bailey, Evelyn Berger, Claire 
Bianchard, Vicki Calhoun. Lynne Cole, Kitty Coleman, Jimmy Cook. Richard Davis. 
Wallace Dorn, Dagmar Endort, Thomas Farrow, Vivian Ficklen, Lewis Flint, Pat 
Greene. Jane Henderson, Sarah Hughes, Kathryn Kennedy. Shelby Lovett, Dennis Lytle, 
Grace Mangum. Robert Marion, Carolyn Bostick, Martha Ann Cauthen. Nancie Marsh 
Elaine Hogan, Jimmie Mae Heng, Betty Monk, Martha Ann Wiggins, Laura Anne 
rhambley, Barbara Simpson, Marvin Jenkins, Kathy Major, Carole Little, Agnes Kuhlke, 
Ann Yonce, Robert Klett, Ellen Woo, Pat Hyder, Celeste Weathers, Dorothy Matthews. 
Temma Zipper, Nora Ann Langford, Linda Marks. Bette Miller. Martha Moseley, Wally 
Myers, Walter McDougal. Charles Newman. Carole Schwienning. Kathryn Sullivan. 
Martha Sumerau, Angela Thurmond, Becky Towill, Thomas Van Hagan. Jane Wade. 
Jimmy Walker, Elsie Wilensky, Becky Wilson, Beth Wright, Julie Wright, Boykin 
Wright. Ruth Storey. Sandy Schwartz. Lois Frolkis. Annie Maddox. Anne Godsey. Mary 
Jo Klein. Dorothy Eby. Cliff Channel. Alice Purdy. Barbara Hayes. Christine Chew. 
Jane McElmurray, Joe Martin. Sharon Stadlen, Jennie Lehmann. Marcia Sparks, Bill 
Harden, Rochelle Glasser, Fred Sims. Ada Astin, Becky Little, Mary Sue Hill. Fran 
Merry, Barbara McGahee, Charlotte Mallard, Frankie Philpot. 




MASQUETEERS 



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Maxine Allen, Mary Anderson, Betty Atkinson. Betty Ba 
Blanchard, Barbara Bowen, Philip Brinson, Bayliss Burdi 
Cauvin, Barbara Clark, Chloris Cliett, Shirley Clifford, Kii 
ard Davis, Dorothy Eby, Peggy Eldridge, Tommy Farr 
Glasser. Wyoline Gones, Nancy Greene, Henri Anne Gira 
Hankinson, Joyce Harbison, Bill Harden, Anne Hardin, B 
Henke, Mary Sue Hill, Pat Hughes, Pat Hyder, Marvin Je 
Mary Jo Klein, R. J. Klett. Carrietta Lambeth, Frances L 
Becky Little, Carole Little, Nancie Marsh, Dennis Lytle. K 
Dorothy Matthews, Douglas McCoy, Barbara McDaniel, Wal 
McNeil, Fran Merry, Bette Miller, Sara Miller, Joyce Mi 
Wally Myers, Sharon Osheroff, Marguerite Philpot, Jar 
Schwartz, Freddy Simowitz, Barbara Simpson, Marian Sm 
Tanenbaum, Angela Thurmond, Becky Towill, Joy Town 
Walker, Bill Ward, Helen Ward, Lee Ward. Marian Warr 
Martha Ann Wiggins, Elsie Wilensky, Becky Wilson, Elle 
Wright, Temma Zipper, Rosalind Zucker. 



ab, George Balk, Evelyn Berger, Judy Blackmon, . Claire 
son, Gail Burnette, R. W. Bush, Ladelle Cauthen, Pierco 
ty Coleman, Betty Cook, Peggy Cook, Martha Crim, Rich- 
ow, Nancy Ford, Lois Frolkis, Margaret Gattis. Rochell? 
rdot, Pat Greene. Phyllis Hall. Joan Hancock. Beth 
everly Hearrell. Jane Henderson. Margaret Hensley, Ann 
nkins, Carla Jones, Emily Jones. Katherine Kennedy, 
aney, Sybil Lee, Jennie Lee Lehmann, Harriette Levy, 
athy Major, Linda Marks, Barbara Martin, Twana Martin, 
ter McDougal, Jane McElmurray, Nancy McGinty, Pat 
tchell, Betty Monk, Martha Moseley, Charles Murphey. 
e Powell, Alice Purdy, Gerry Rinker, August Roesel, Sandy 
ith, Marcia Sparks, Sharon Stadlen, Kay Sullivan, Helen 
es, Miriam Usry, Gail Vansant. Janie Wade, Jimmy 
en, Celeste Weathers, Barbara Wheeler, Boots Whitton. 
n Woo, Kit Wooten, Beth Wright, Ethel Wright, Julie 




OFFICERS 

President - Dennis Lytle 

Vice-President Marcia Sparks 

Secretary Mary Sue Hill 

Treasurer Wally Myers 

Adviser Mr. H. O. Read 



FUTURE 

NURSES 
CLUB 



PURPOSE 
The purpose of the club is to help you decide whether or not 
you would like to enter nursing as a career, and ... to have fun! 
By becoming an active member in the club you can find out what 
nursing requires and what it offers; what type of nursing, pro- 
fessional or practical, that you would choose as a career; you 
will learn about personal and community health : and if you are 
preparing to enter nursing the Club will give you an understand- 
ing of your future career. 

WHO CAN JOIN THE CLUB? 
Juniors, Seniors and Junior College Students, who have in- 
dicated an interest in becoming nurses. You do not, of course, 
take a pledge to enter nursing. 






First row: Ann Skinner. Claudia Jones, Kit Wooten Ladelle Cauthen, Marian Atkins. 

Rosalind Zucker. 
Second row: Jan Foster, Annette Peacock, Lexie Lankford, Rachel Stone, Jeanne Dicks, 

Judy Terry. 
Third row: Legene Davis, Angela Thurmond. Laura Chambley, Alvis Willis. Ann Jones 
Fourth row: Kay Macuch. Mary Welborn, Janice Ergle, Nancy Durden, Betty Ellis. 
Fifth row: Joy Townes, Martha Ann Cauthen, Angel Brown, Shirley Thompson, Mrs. 

Stevens. 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Betty Ellis President 

Jan Foster Vice President 

Kay Macuch Secretary 

Mrs. Pauline Stevens Faculty Adviser 




RICHMOND CHORALIERS 




OFFICERS 

Len Chavis President 

Carole Little Vice-President 

Sharon Osheroff Secretary 

John Groover Treasurer 




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Miss Dorothy Halbert 
Adviser 




First row. left to right: Edna Beasley. Kathryn Kenne 
Xewsome. Jean Keel. Second row: Eddie Johnson. Jack 
Ginty. Susan Thompson. Barbara Martin. Virginia Allen. P 
hara Hammett. Annette Peacock. Simone Simowitz. Jacki 
Sharon Osheroff. Mary Barton. Fourth row: John Groove 
Gavalas. Robert Boltin. Freddie Simowitz. Howell Gilm 
August Roesel. At the piano: Miss Dorothy Halbert. Jean 

Not in picture: Sara Pritchard. Joan Hancock. Gail V 
Peggy Cook. Janelle Dempsey. L. M. English. Edna Mae G 
Rozier. Charles Spearman. Connie Weathers. Donald Mc 



dy. Delores Wilson. Carla Jones. Cleonice Carter. Myra 
ie Williams. Betty Atkinson. Lavada Ponder. Xancy Me- 
at Hyder. Carole Little. Third row: Faye Xewsome. Bar- 
e Halford. Mary Alice Spivey. Sylvia Frost. Pat Fitzgerald, 
r. Postelle Boyd. Lenard Chavis. Derrick Durham. Tony 
ore. Bobby Parrish. Robert Scott. George Kiker. Bill Ward. 
ette Loflin. 

ansant. Suzie Baggott. Shirley Black. Judy Christian, 
odwin. Jack Fortson. Joan May, Joanne Pizzuto. Ellis 
Croan. 






TREBLE CLEF CLUB 




First row, left to right: Ann Henke, Dorothy Eby, J 
Mallard, Carla Jones, Sylvia Frost, Barbara Streetman. S 
Edna Beasley, Connie Currie, Nancy McGinty, Judy Hanc 
Nanette Sturgis. Lynn Cooper. Third row: Carole Philpo 
Pritchard, Sharon Stadlen, Phyllis Hall, Miss Halbert, N 
ser. Carolan Salley, Elizabeth Huggins. Fourth row: M 
Courson, Virginia Allen, Shelby Lovett, Carole Christian, 
Myrtle Goodson. Fifth row: Betty Ann Casey, Dolores D 
ner, Pat Hyder. Evelyn Taylor. Lavada Ponder, Jeanette L 



oan Hancock, Gail Vansant, Barbara McDaniel, Charlotte 
econd row: Pat Toole. Maria Reese, Simone Simowitz, 
ock, Millie Tisdell, Jerry Anne Reese, Miriam Bailey. 
t, Merle Hensley. Annette Peacock. Vera Florence. Sarah 
an Wade, Lucretia Lowrey, Brigette Bowes, Rochelle Glas- 
arie Palmer, Helen Tanenbaum, Evelyn Berger, Caroline 
Ida Marie Wilson, Nora Dell Johnson, Martha Moseley, 
rost, Judy Rabun. Pat Fitzgerald. Ann Fields, Nancy Tur- 
oflin, Sibbie Hogan. 



Not in picture: Betty Baggott, Sue Fortney, Wyoline Gones, Myra Newsome. 





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Miss Dorothy Halbert 
Adviser 



OFFICERS 

Jerry Ann Reese President 

Joan Hancock Vice-President 

Gail Vansant Secretary 

Wyoline Gones Treasurer 




LATIN CLUB 




First row. left to right: Boots Whitton. Roehelle Glasser. Julie Wright. Beth Wright 
Becky Towill. Miriam Bailey. Marguerite Philpot. Betty Baab. Barbara Bowen. 

Second row: Alice Purdy. Martha Moseley. Dagruar Endorff. Rosemary Jansen. Marcia 
Sparks. Maxine Allen. 

Third row: Mr. J. E. Eubanks. Bobby Marion. Claude Hydrick. Tom Van Hagan. Richard 
Davis, Grace Manguni. Pat Hyder. Wyoline Gones. 










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OFFICERS 

Beth Wright President 

Becky Towill Vice-President 

Grace Mangrum Secretary 

Riehard Davis Treasurer 

Julie Wright Chaplain 

Mr. J. E. Eubanks Adviser 



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KAPPA ALPHA KAPPA 







First row, left to right: Jodie Lee, Herman Rowell, Warren Faglier, Wayne Jennings. 

Second row: Charles Bowen, Harold Smith, Herman Eitner, George Stavro, Tommy 
Morris. 

Third row: Boh Burgess. Jimmy Menger, Donald Rawls, Jules Godin, Jimmy Reese, 
Kenny Hedrick. 

(Not pictured: Don Thornhill, Verdy Blackwell). 




OFFICERS 

Herman Rowell President 

Tommy Morris Vice-President 

Warren Faglier Secretary 

Verdy Blackwell Treasurer 






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ACADEMY Y TEENS 




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OFFICERS 

Nancy Durden President 

Barbara Streetman Vice-President 

Ann Godsey __ Secretary 

Sue Fortney Treasure- 

Mrs. Bart ties Adviser 





Nancy Durden, Barbara Streetman. Ann Godsey. Sue Fortney. Betty Atkinson. Gail 
Burnette. Irma Mahlstedt. Ann Skinner. Barbara Simpson. Ann Alston. Jean Keil. 
Barbara Wheeler. Alillie Tisdell. Mary Evelyn Stone. Dian Morris. Margaret Mundy. 
Freida Strauss. Carolyn Ward. Sue White. Phyllis Hall. Gerry Mundy. Sandy Clinton. 
Xancy Merrit. 



D. C. T. CLUB 




First row, left to right: Mr. George Hardy, Marlene Hadden, Frances James, Ann 

Skinner, Jackie Halford, Cecelia Odum, Calloway Cain. 

Second row: Donald Tyre. Murray Pennington, Robert Lord, Ed Doolittle. Thomas 

Adams, Edward Broome, Henry Grant, Don Akins. 

Third row: George Lloyd Edentield, Bobby Wood, Jackie Simmons, James Palmer, 

Edward Wylds. Tommie Palmer, Eston Wall. 

Fourth row: George Bailey, James Ansley, James Wiggins, Frank Bailey. Wayne Foster, 

Leslie Brown. Charles Montgomery. Tommie Lanier, Larry Hall. 



DCT CREED 

"I believe in the American way of life. I believe in the 
dignity of work. I believe in education for all with the 
consideration for the basic culture society demands and 
the occupational interest of the individual. I believe in fair 
play . . . the essence of the Golden Rule. And. I believe 
the greatest happiness derives from a job well done." 




OFFICERS 

Bobby Wood President 

I Xot pictured: Vice-President, Larry 
Pittman: Secretary. Frances James; 
Treasurer. James Ansley). 
Faculty Adviser Mr. George Hardy 



LA BOHEME 




OFFICERS 

Beverly Hearrell President 

Miss Thelma Brownette Adviser 

(Not pictured: Ann Kanaley, Gordon 
Brack, Shirley Hackworth). 





First row, left to right: Thelma Chavous, Kit Wooten, Ada Astin, Janie Wade. 
Second row: Gordon Brack, Shirley Hackworth, Norma Hackworth, Charlotte Callie- 
coat, Eva Hall, Alan Smith, Myrtle Goodson, Bob Sumerau, Mary Jo Collier, Frances 
Laney. 



FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB 







First row, left to right: Martha Meacham, Pat Hughes, Barbara McDaniel, Frankie 
Philpot, Julie Wright, Jeanette Loflin, Marcia Sparks, Beth Wright. 

Second row: Mrs. Amanda Moseley. Mary Lee, Barbara Smith. Ann Langford, Alice 
Purdy, Irma Mahlstedt. Ann Dixon, Suzanne Mann, Barbara Pound, Mrs Margaret White. 

Third row: Edna Mae Godwin, Betty Baab, Pat Greene, Maxine Allen, Charlotte Mallar.', 
Bobbie Keilholtz, Janace Fender, Martha Sumerau. 




OFFICERS 

Julie Wright President 

Barbara McDaniel Vice-President 

Frankie Philpot Treasurer 

Jeanette Lotlin Secretary 

Carole Little Parliamentarian 

Mrs. Margaret White Faculty Adviser 

Mrs. Amanda Moseley. Faculty Adviser 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Robert Cawley President 

Merle Hensley Secretary 

Eleanor Perkins Treasurer 

Charles Bowen Vice-President 

Shirley Barnes Director 

Becky Towill _ Vice-President 

Mrs. Turner Adviser 





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First row. left to right: Paula Hyams. Frances Laney. Mary Jernigan, Peggy White. 

Betty Bragan. Sarah Wall. Patricia Wall. Merle Hensley. Shirley Barnes. 

Second row: Annette Doolittle. Nancy Turner. Martha Dozier. 

Third row: Becky Towill. Venita Martin. Norma Hackworth. Glenda Mattox. Patricia 

Miller. Margaret Steele, Hazel Joan Davidson. Jeannette Rabun. Evelyn Stone. Myra 

Newsome. Millie Tisdell. 

Fourth row: Kay Ivey, Eleanor Perkins. Gloria Hazel. Carolyn Prickett. Geneva Cooper, 

Lois Powers. Walton McNeil. Larry Childers. 

Fifth row: Charles Home. Monroe Wilson. John Flewellyn. Joe Steinberg. William 

DeBow, Jimmy Anderson, Terry Olive. Jimmy Reese, Mike Skinner. Tommy Rhoden. 

Charles Bowen. Virgil Hollingsworth. Frank Whitely. 



Senior Class Prophecy 



Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen! These 
are your roving reporters Fran Merry, Anne 
Hardin, and Marty Stafford. Tonight we are 
speaking to you from the opening of Monsieur 
McCoy's French Theatre, the new ten billion 
dollar establishment designed and constructed 
by the world's most famous woman architect, 
Agnes Kuhlke. This is the big night of the 1975 
Richmond Academy Awards. 

It is an exciting moment as the first car arrives 
with last year's award-winning actress, Elaine 
Hogan, escorted by her husband, Kenneth Boy- 
ette, noted president of the H.L.K. (Harden, 
Lytle, Kilpatrick) Moving Picture Studios. 

Here is something unique! An elephant has 
just arrived' bearing "Poly Cohen" and his 
beautiful harem composed of Connie Currie, 
Marian Adkins, Theda Peebles, Gail Vansant, 
Ann Reid, Jackie Bell, Bobbie Hayes, and Mar- 
tha Ann Cauthen. 

The next apparition to appear is a golden 
dirigible carrying no less, its eminent owner, 
Danny Hagler, accompanied by his wife, Suzie 
Baggott and their fourteen children. The dirig- 
ible is piloted by their famous chauffeur, Ce- 
leste Weathers. 

Approaching our microphone now is the kid- 
dies' favorite "Smiley" Fortune, who co-stars 
with Claude Eugene Skelton on America's fav- 
orite TV show, "Crocodile Claude and Smiley". 
"Would you like to say a few words to your 
fans Smiley?" "Mmm-Yes! uh-huh-huh! Hello 
Kiddies!" Well, kids, that was your idol, "Smi- 
ley". We'll all be watching him on Channel 
Number 5. 

The crowd is surging inside now as the await- 
ed moment draws nearer. Inside, we see that 



William Ward has left his laboratories to attend 
the all-important festivities. Mr. Ward is a re- 
nowned nurse for retarded Siamese fighting 
fish. 

Sitting at a prominent table in the center of 
this enormous room are many celebrities, 
among whom are Lillian Boatwright, hair styl- 
ist for French poodles; Kay Macuch, successor 
to Dagmar; Nancy Greene, the wife of a well- 
known private; Paula Hickson and Barbara 
Thompson, who have started a fund for under- 
ground high school sororities; Ann Yonce, 
housemother of ATO Fraternity at Georgia 
Tech; Camilla Paschal, four time winner of the 
Miss Universe Contest ; Larry Bennett, manager 
of the Harlem Globetrotters; Nancie Marsh, 
Wally Myers, Barbara Simpson and Marvin 
Jenkins, co-inventors of the fabulous peace 
bomb. 

At another table we notice many former 
Masters Tournament winners. Some of these 
are Raworth Williamson, Sam Mays, Clark Wil- 
lingham, Lee Parks and Ben Barnes. Their dates 
for tonight are Shirley Thompson, Paula Hyams, 
Henri-Anne Girardot, Dorothy Matthews, and 
Jancie Fender, the famous R. L. Sumerau 
models. 

George Marschalk, who succeeded Sgt. Doo- 
ley at A.R.C. is giving the command, "eyes- 
right". It's no wonder, for on obeying the com- 
mand, we see the ravishing form of Gail Lever- 
ett, entertainer at Windy Alford's Pool Room. 

For this world-shaking event we are privileg- 
ed to have with us the first woman pi'esident of 
the United Universe, Miss Ann Anderson, ac- 
companied by secret-servicemen, Bobby Moody, 

(Continued on page 106) 



Senior Class Prophecy 



(Continued from page 105) 
George Balk, Bobby Inglett, Harold Benson, 
Bernard Moog, Benny Mullins, Charles Blanch- 
ard, Hugh McKie, "Flip" Goolsby, and Al Dav- 
ies. Madame President was flown here in her 
special plane, RC I, by Bayliss Burdison, her 
private pilot- Sitting with her at the presidential 
table is her escort, Stewart Brown, who made 
his fortune manufacturing growing pills, and 
the press secretary, Miss Miriam Usry, escorted 
by Greg Hall, world's tallest jet bicycle rider. 
These popular vehicles were built by Mac Bric- 
kie who is now working on a pocket-size inflat- 
able automobile for Charles Brigham. Also join- 
ing this honored group is the United Ambassa- 
dor to Mexico, George Bowen, and his Spanish 
interpreter, Barbara Clarke. 

Seen here and there among the large crowd 
are several familiar socialites including Carole 
Little, who won her fame as an opera singer for 
her superb role in Mullie Mulherin and Jackie 
Powell's delightful opei'a, "Wicked Henrietta." 
Critics for this production, Willard James and 
Leon McGowan, thinking "Henrietta" far too 
wicked, attempted to ban it from the theater; 
however, the notorious lawyer, Len Chavis suc- 
ceeded in winning the case for the audiences 
who clamored for the play year after year. 

Entertaining several of their proteges are the 
Misses Joan May and Ann Alston who run 
homes for jilted wolves. 

Seated at the press table with us we are pleas- 
ed to note Frieda Strauss, noted and quoted 
successor to Dorothy Dix; Eleanor Hemstreet, 
celebrated editor of "Mad" comic books; the 



world's most sought after advice counselors on 
love problems, Liz South and Carolyn Bostick; 
Kathy Major, president of the Woman's Sports- 
writer's Association, which also includes Vir- 
ginia Middleton, former all-universe basketball 
star. The press photographers are Sharon Osher- 
off, Frank Whitely, Gail Burnettee, Donnie Mc- 
Neil, Edna Mae Godwin, and Jimmy Kinsey- 

The house lights dim ! The curtain goes up ! 
"T. Watson" Harris, Master of Ceremonies, 
steps into the spotlight. The suspense mounts 
as this year's Richmond Academy Award-win- 
ning actor and actress are to be announced. The 
crowd is breathless now as Tommy removes the 
two slips of paper from the secret envelope. 
Now at last we know that Billy Belding is this 
year's choice as the Best Actor for his true-to-life 
performance as "Beauregard" in "Came With 
The Breeze". And for her portrayal as the lov- 
able and charming dancer in the CinemaScope 
production, "I Dance on My Toes Because It's 
Easier than Dancing on My Hands". Brailsford 
Nixon has been chosen Best Actress! There is 
a burst of applause that indicates that all are 
well-pleased with the winners. 

Well, folks, that's about it for this year. The 
house is dark now and everyone has left — No ! 
There's Virginia Wilcox, she just can't realize 
that everything is all over. But she's got some 
good advice, as usual, she says, "Let's all get 
together again soon — there are always better 
days ahead!" 

Fran Merry 
Marty Stafford 
Anne Hardin 



"Although the play is nearly over, the most 
outstanding members of the cast are yet to 
come. ARC-JCA will be proud to claim each 
of these as they appear on the stage of life. 



ARC-JCA VALEDICTORIANS 

KATHERINE MAJOR 
JULES GODIN 



GRAND 
FINALE 




Sen? 



BEST ALL ROUND 
J. C. A. BOY AND GIRL 



WILLIAM WHATLEY 
ROSEMARY FEESE 




MOST POPULAR 
J. C. A. BOY AND GIRL 



JOSEPH LEE 
BEVERLY FARR 



GRAND 
FINALE 




BEST ALL ROUND 
SENIOR BOY AND GIRL 




CAMILLA PASCHAL 



LENARD CHAVIS 



MOST POPULAR 
SENIOR BOY AND GIRL 





'WILLIAM 'BELDING BARBARA CLARKE 



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MOST BEAUTIFUL SENIOR GIRL 
MOST HANDSOME SENIOR BOY 




JOAN MAY 



RA WORTH WILLIAMSON 



SPORTSMANSHIP 




AL STEVENSON 



A. R. C. CONCERT BAND 




MAJORETTES: First row, Peggy Byrd: Second row. Leila Sousa. Martha Crim, 
Chloris Cliett: Third row. Marian Warren. Roberta Cribb; Fourth row, Maxine 
Thurmond. Vonceil Bass. Peggy White. Betty Bragan. 




Cornets 

Bobby Bush 

Billy Xorris 

Fred Phillips 

Bobby Ware 

Butch Sims 

Sammie Smith 

James Evans 

Walker Mobley 

Shirley Hutto 
Clarinets 

Xorris Blair 

Allen Mobley 

Donald McNeil 

Robert Marion 

Allen Hagin 

David Jones 

John Findley 

Bobby Winchester 

Charles Younger 
Bass Clarinet 

Cornelius Harmon 
Alto Clarinet 

Donald Willis 
Flute 

Lois Frolkis 



Bassoon 
Loren Hatfield 

French Horns 
Ira Cartee 
Douglas Pollak 
Barbara Freeman 
Lavelle Fogle 
Geneva Cooper 

Saxophones 
Russell Oliver 
David Brown 
Eddie Sills 
Glenda Mattox 
Robert Touart 

Baritones 
Robert Bowman 
Leonard Friedman 

Bass Horns 
Donald Rentz 
Tommy Reese 

Trombones 

Claude Johnson 
Glenn Howard 
Bill Coleman 



Bells 
Barbara Stevens 

Drums 

Andy Mulcay 
Priscilla Crow 
Bobby Boltin 
Jack Fortson 
John Flewelling 
Billy von Kamp 

Marjorettes 
Lelia Sousa 
Maxine Thurmond 
Roberta Cribb 
Peggy Byrd 
Betty Bragan 
Martha Crim 
Marian Warren 
Chloris Cliett 
Vonceil Bass 
Peggy White 
Carol Ward 




MR. LOUIS FRIEDMAN 
Director 



Congratulations 

And 

Best Wishes 



FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Of Augusta 



Main Office 



Walton Way Branch 



THE CITIZENS & SOUTHERN 
NATIONAL BANK 



THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 



Main Office 



Gwinnett St. Office 
Camp Gordon Facility 



Uptown Branch 



M&3 



LEROV'S MARKET 

Tender Meats — Groceries 
FRESH PRODUCE 

1859 Central Avenue 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 3-6604 



John F. Brickie & Co. 

Columbia & Schwinn Bicycles 

Lawn Mowers • Mosler Safes 

Cash Registers and Market 

Equipment 

846-850 Ellis Street 

Dial 2-0437 



Johnson, Lane, Space 
& Co. 



Government 

Municipal 

Industrial 
Stocks Bonds 

Investment Trust 



721 Herald Bldg. 



Phone 2-7741 



Augusta 



Savannah 



Atlanta 



Compliments of 



WARE BUCK 



1350 Broad Street 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

Social and Commercial 
Stationery 

718 Broad Street 
Dial 2-2122 



Compliments of 



Hull, Willingham, Towill 



& X 



orman 



First Federal Savings & 

Loan Association of 

Augusta 

Start a Savings Account 

Liberal Dividends 

Safety Insured up to $10,000 

127 Seventh Street 









Irvin Realty Company 

722 Greene Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

The Best is the Cheapest in the 

Long Run 



Sales 



Management 



Rentals 




Compliments of 

Toole Supply Company 

Augusta, Georgia 

Industrial Supplies 
Machinery — Pumps 



Compliments of 

S. H. Kress & Co. 

Known for SCHOLASTIC 

School Supplies 



In the days when King Tut and his harem were learning the shag, 
and laying the pattern for the Casanovas to come, some serious minded 
intellectual of the ancients decided to place on record the virtues of 
building with clay. Even then, during the dawn of history, the durabili- 
ty of brick as manufactured by the industrious Israelites was well 
known. 

In proof of this, we offer the inscription found on a tablet at Das- 
hur, which is located a little south of Cairo, Egypt. This tablet is on 
one of the great pyramids of that region. It bears the following inscrip- 
tion : 

"Disparage me not by comparing me with pyramids built of stone. 
I am as much superior to them as Ammon is superior to the rest of the 
deities. I am constructed of brick made from mud, which adhered to 
the ends of poles, and was drawn up from the bottom of the lake." 

We admit that all of the above produces a fond glint in our eyes. 

MERRY BROTHERS BRICK & TILE CO. 

The South's Largest Manufacturer of 

Structural Clay Products 

Established in 1899 

Augusta, Georgia 



':'**- 



JOE HATFIELD 

FLORIST 

935 Jones Street Dial 4-182$ 

Augusta, Georgia 



Poultry Palace 
Market 

Chickens and Eggs 

1204 Ellis Street 

Dial 2-9937 



Agents for 

Selmer-Olds-Conn-Holton 

King-Martin 

Bands and Orchestra 

Instruments 

Batons and Sheet Music 

Schneider's Music Center 

W.F.L. Premier and 

Slingerland Drums 

312 Eighth Street Dial 4-8947 

Augusta, Georgia 




Congratulations 
from 

HAYERTY'S 

Leading Homefurnishers to 
The South Since 1885 

719 Broad Street 

Augusta. Georgia 
Phcne 4-7738 



Compliments of 

H. L. GREEN, 
INC. 

5c — $5.00 

Corner Ellis and Broad 

At Ninth Street 



DIAL 2-0088 

E. B. SATCHER, JR, 

Bear Wheel Alignment 
Frame Straightening 

Wheel Balancing 

General Repair Work 

Tire Skimming 

1215-17-19 Reynolds St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



SHARPTON JEWELERS 



Your House of Diamonds 



304 Eighth Street 



Hill Drug Company 

Prescription Druggists 

Phone 3-3621 and 3-3622 

Gus Sanders 

Denis E. Ribordy 

1432 Monte Sano Avenue 
Augusta, Georgia 

Dr. J. T. Matheny, Prop. 



PHONE 4-3243 

Waddey Office Supply Inc. 

Complete Office 

Outfitters 
224 Eighth Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

B & B Lumber & Supply 
Company 

Lumber and Building Materials 

Yard and Office — 1245 D'Antignac St. 

Corner 13th 





Wyke C. Ivey, Jr. 


w. 


C. Ivey Coal Company 




47 years of Serving Augusta 


c 


oal — Fuel — Oil — Charcoal 


Dial 


2-9218 1009 Roberts St. 




Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

SOUTHERN ROADBUILDERS, INC. 



P. O. Box 1129 



General Contractors 

Telephones 6-8433 and 6-8434 
Redimix Plant 
Telephone 2-8534 



Airheart's Shoe Store 

Is the place to buy good shoes for the 
entire family 

Velvet Step — City Club— Weather Bird 

AIRHEART'S SHOE INC. 

The Store with a Heart 

952 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



Bassford Motor Co. 
Ltd. 

1447 Broad St. Phone 2-7018 

Be Smart — Ride A Cushman Motor 
Scooter to School 

Distributors: All Kinds 
Mercury — Canoes — Boats 
Outboard Motors & Cruisers 



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.F.Goodrich 



BROAD AT 10th— PH. 2-2674 

Augusta, Georgia 

Tires — Tubes — Batteries 

Kelvinator Refrigerators 

Thor Washing Machines 

Motorola T V 



Compliments of 

Georgia Neon Sign 
Company 



CLARENCE MOBLEV CONTRACTING 

COMPANY 



General Contractors 



"Lowest Price — Maintenance Considered" 



Greetings 



ELECTRICAL 

EQUIPMENT 

COMPANY 



Feedright Milling Co. 

For Discriminating 

Buyers 

Highest Quality 

Feeders & Growers, Inc. 
Feed — Seeds — Baby Chicks 

209-219 Eleventh Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Woodward Lumber Co. 

Your Building Material 
Department Store 

1010 Roberts St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-4611-12-13 



/ * /OFFICE 



CE SUPPLY 

* Tom Stuart * 

975-987 Broad Street 
Phone 4-3512 






In Augusta it's 






Davison's 1 

► ► ► OF DIXIE 







Bodeker-Fuller Drug 
Company 

J. H. Carswell, Owner 

Broad & 12th Streets 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 2-5577 



Compliments of 



Busbia Realty Company 

134 Eighth Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 4-5568-9 



Compliments of 

RUBEN'S 

Augusta's Only Home Owned 
Department Store 

Largest Boys' and Students' 
Department in Augusta. 



Compliments of 



Augusta Hide Company 



E. A. and R. M. Lamar 



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Holloway Tire & 
Recappng Company 

1260 Reynolds Street 

— Distributors — 

Goodrich Seiberling 

Pennsylvania Tires 



Compliments of 

Audio-Visual Center 

216-12th Street Augusta, Ga. 

R. G. Smith, Jr., Mgr. 

Everything for 
Audio-Visual Program 



AUGUSTA-HOUSTON CO. 

Thirteenth at D'Antignac Street 

Phone 2-7337 
Augusta, Georgia 



Packaged Crushed Ice 



Burn-Rite Coal 



Block Ice 



Best Wishes 

John J. Brazzeal 

Representing 
Star Engraving Co. & 



The C. E. Ward Co. 



Augusta Mill Supply Co. 

Industrial Supplies 

Belting — Pipe — Steel 
Tools — Valves 

Phones 2-4657 or 2-4658 

636 Eleventh Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



E. D. Marks, Pres. 

A. M. Boyer, Jr., Vice-Pres. 

Marks Heating and Air 
Conditioning 

5th Street Ext.— Phone 2-3645 or 2-1940 
Westinghouse Air Conditioning Systems 

Williams Oil-O-Matic Equipment 

American Radiator Co. — Heating Equip. 

Engineering Contractors 

Oil, Gas, or Coal Heat 

Air Conditioning 



Compliments of 

L. J. Henry Company 

Complete Office Outfitters 

Visit our new Store at 

1252 Reynolds Street 

Plenty of Parking Space 



BEST WISHES 



DORIS JEWELERS 



Real Estate Sales 

Loans Insurance 

Property Management 

Blanchard & Calhoun 

Realty Company 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 2-6621 



LILY - TULIP CUP 
CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 

Paper Drinking Cups 

— AND — 

Food Containers 

1550 Wrightsboro Road 

Phone 3-2214 

Augusta, Georgia 



Maxwell Brothers 
Furniture 

Frigidaires — Philco Radios — Draperies 
Experienced 

Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-5526 
933 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



TOWN TAVERN 



Compliments of 

Bailie's Parking Lot 

736 Reynolds Street 
Augusta, Georgia 




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Stiirkie Furniture 
Company 

2117 Milledgeville Road 

Phone 2-2162 

Open 'til 9 Every Evening 



Georgia Hatters & 
Cleaners 

Shirt Laundry 

B. A. Gavalas, Proprietor 

Dial 2-4094 

316 Eighth Street 



Sherman & Hemstreet 



REALTORS 



Augusta, Georgia 



S. ALLEN COHEN 

INSURANCE 

Life — Fire — Casualty 

Phone 2-2731 

1015 Druid Park Avenue 

Augusta. Georgia 



Everyone Eats 

KRISPV KREME 
DOUGHNUTS 

Open 24 Hours 







Compliments of 


E. 


R. 


Davis Coal & Oil Co., 
Inc. 

Phone 2-5787 



Augusta Sporting Goods 
Inc. 

Exclusive Distributors 

MacGregor-Goldsmith 

Athletic Equipment 

Golf, Tennis, Basketball 
and Football Supplies 

210-212 Eighth Street 
Phone 2-6007 



Towner-Kirkland Transfer 
Company 

Agent for HOWARD VAN LINES 
901 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6795 

EMORY TOWNER 
"You Call — We Haul- 
House Moving 
Transfer Distribution 
Storage Facilities Pool Car Service 



Compliments of 



Southeastern Fur Co. 



911 Greene Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Lake View Pharmacy 

"OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY" 

1800 Broad Street 

Phone 3-4495 
Augusta, Georgia 




Belmont Restaurant 

24-Hour Service 

Students' 

Rendezvous Place 

Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 

716 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



MILLER THEATER 



w. 


E. Raines Co. 


, Inc. 


Building Specialization and 


Supplies 




Metal Products 




Phone 2-2176 14 Seventh Street 




Augusta, Georgia 





Two and One-Half Per Cent Interest 

Paid on all Savings and Time 

Certificates 

Deposits Insured up to $10,000 

Interest Compounded Semi-Annually 

Realty Savings Bank 

"Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank" 

Member F. D. I. C. 
827 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

THE PIT 

"Barbecue at its Best"' 



Compliments of 

Empire Furniture Co. 

'Complete Household Furnishings" 

1203 Broad Street 

Dial 2-5435 



Compliments of 



Jennings Drug Store 



\ ou're always right 
When You Give 

CANDIES s-^—S 





MY HOBBY BOX 
2.00 LB. 



Plus a Complete Line 

FOR THOSE WHO LOVE FINE 
THINGS 



Compliments of 

Pinnell Heating And Air 
Conditioning, Inc. 

855 Walker Street 
Augusta. Georgia 



ELLIOTT SONS 



NAPOLI'S 

Italian Restaurant 

584 Broad St Phone 4-2261 

"Augusta's only Representative of Imported 

Italian Spaghetti" 

"Its Not Fattening" 

Also Imported Wines and Products 

Manufacturers and Shippers of The Genuine 

Italian Pizza. 

• THE PIZZA KING" 

serve the Pizza-Mambo Room for your 

parties. Full Course Italian Dinners From 

Minestrone to Spumoni. 

Bring your friends to XapolTs. 






OUR PROMISE IS YOUR 

SATISFACTION 

For Twenty Years 

"Your Oldsmobile Dealer" 

EASTERN MOTOR CO. 

1333 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



JOHN F. HARDIN 



Compliments of 



GREENES' INC. 



HOME OF 



CREAM-TEX MILK PRODUCTS 



Garden City Engraving 
Company, Inc. 

Designing Photo-Engraving Illustrating 

Blue Prints — B. W. Prints 

Photo Copies 



805 Reynolds St. 
Phone 2-6754 



P. O. Box 64 

Augusta, Ga. 




124 Eighth Street 

Phones: 2-5377 or 4-9709 

If it is Good Insurance, 

We Sell It! 



Compliments of 

Consumers Feed and Seed 

1101 Broad Street 
Call 2-5881 



Good Health To All 
From Rexall 

Lane-Rexall Drug Stores 

Eighth and Broad 
1522 Walton Way 



Th 



's a "one and only" 
in refreshment, too 





BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY »Y 



The Buckeye Cotton Oil 
Company 

Manufacturers of 

Cottonseed and Soybean 

Products 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF '55 

GUY C. SMITH 

Construction Company 



DEVELOPING 



PRINTING 



AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



ENLARGING 



PHOTO SHOP 



606 Broad Street 



Compliments of 



Morgan Truck & Tractor 
Company 



640 Twiggs Street 



Compliments of 



FULCHER, FULCHER, 
& HAGLER 



Compliments of 

Edmunds Drug Co. 

502 Broad Street Phone 2-6855 

Your Druggist to Down Town 

Edmunds & Jones 
Druggists 

201 Milledge Rd. 

Your Druggist to West End 

Phone 6-2545 

"In Business For Your Health" 

Augusta, Georgia 



Maner Builders Supply Co. 



1033 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



H. Shmerling Jewelers 



910 Broad Street 






Champion Coal & Fuel Oil 
Company 



Compliments of 

Howard Lumber Company 

"ONE BOARD OR A TRAINLOAD" 

J. W. CARSON W. B. BADGER 

1900 Milledgeville Road 
Phone 2-0451 Augusta, Ga. 



CHECK-R-BOARD 

Feeds — Baby Chicks 
Sanitation Products 



Phone 4-8826 



902 Twiggs Street 



Meet Your Friends Here ! 

VARSITY DRIVE IN 

Gwinnett and Druid Park Avenue 
Augusta, Ga. Phone 4-3945 

Best in Music 
Best in Food 

STARCASTLE No. 2 



Visit The 



PIG 'N WHISTLE 



15th and Hicks Streets 



Compliments of 

Meyer's Prescription Shop 

"Prescriptions Filled Promptly 

Accurately At Reasonable 

Prices" 



GRANT'S 



930 Broad Street 



Hurst Business College 

Complete Office Training 
Gregg or ABC Shorthand 
Experienced Teachers 
Individual Attention 
Monthly Rates 
Free Placement Service 

Over A Quarter Of A Century's Service 



— SINCE 1889 — 
"Buy Best-Build Better" 

Augusta Lumber Co. 

Building Materials 

Lumber Mill Work 

903 Eighth Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



BEST WISHES 

Kilduff's Variety Stores 

"The Little Stores With The 
Large Variety" 

7 Convenient Locations 




There is a Double Duty 

Feed for All Livestock 

and Poultry Manufactured 

By 

Southern Milling Company 

Augusta, Georgia 










Where Quality, Accuracy, and 


Dial 2-5588 




Fair Policy Prevail 


Dixie Cab Sen ice 




Twiggs Prescription 
Opticians 


553 Ellis Street _ 4 — 

^^g j^ JfL k^. '' ''' v ' Physicians 


Augusta, Georgia 


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Augusta, Georgia 
Phone 2-5077 




J& 


BEST WISHES 




Draughon's 


J F. E. Ferris 


Business 
College 


J & Co. 

" 7 "?vi.4il Men's Clothing 


One of America's P 


rettiest 






Schools 




752 Broad Street 


Home of Speedwriting Shorthand 











Copyright The Borden Co. 

ELSIE SAYS . . 

.... eat plenty of 
Sancken's Ice Cream 
and drink lots of 
Borden's Sancken Milk 

Borden's Sancken 
Dairy 

A DIVISION OF THE BORDEN COMPANY 



Compliments of 



Richmond Hotel Barber 



Shop 



Richmond Hotel 



Compliments of 

Henry Darling, Inc. 

"Your Friendly Chevrolet 

Dealer" 

533 Broad Street 




Compliments of 



PIERCE BROS. 



Roberts Motor Company 

15th at Broad Dial 4-1424 

Augusta, Georgia 

De Soto Plymouth 

Factory Authorized 
SALES — SERVICE 



MURRAY'S 



FLORIST 



Compliments of 

Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 

Augusta, Georgia 



RADIO 

1480 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




TELEVISION 
Channel 12 



ADVERTISING 
MERCHANDISING 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 

HARRISON 

HaAAettiii^ta. /laenou 

Herald Bldg. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 4-2429 
4-2420 



PENNEY'S 

Extends Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 




HONOR STUDENTS 



RICHMOND HOTEL 

Private Parties and Banquets 
Our Specialty 



SIG COX 

Refrigeration 

Air Conditioning 
Automatic Heating 

Phone 2-3556 

1565 Broad St. 

Augusta, Georgia 

YORK PRODUCTS 




Men's Wear 
730 Broad St. 






ff3«BWPWM 






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Augusta Radio Co. 

Radios — Television 




Marbut Milling Co., Ltd. 






Phonograph Records 




Fairway Dependable Feeds 






"Augusta's Largest Record Department" 










855 Broad Street 




Augusta, Georgia 






Dial 2-4638 














Motor Oils Greases 










Fuel Oils Chemicals 






Keep Happy 




Sanitary Supplies 






See A Good 




Your Trade Solicited and 
Appreciated 






Movie 




Phoenix Oil Company 






At The 
IMPERIAL 




625 Fifth Street Augusta, Ga. 


















And 




ROSENTHAL'S SHOES 

"Guaranteed for Quality" 






RIALTO 




Dress Shoes School Shoes 






THEATRES 




Keds Boots Capezio Ballets 
968 Broad St. Dial 2-4212 






Compliments of 

Osbon Auto Supply, Inc. 




BRICKLE'S TIP TOP 
CLEANERS 






Fisk Tires — Fisk Batteries 
Auto Parts — Recapping 




Academy Uniforms A Specialty 


. 




— Easy Terms — 




We Give S & H Green Stamps 






1253-55 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 




1525 Walton Way Phone 2-7093 















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Macuch Steel Products, Inc. 

Engineers, Designers and Craftsmen 

1530 Augusta Avenue Phone 4-7717 

Augusta, Ga. 

Fabricators of 

Structural, Ornamental 

— and — 

Miscellaneous Steel 



Phone 6-5204 — We Deliver 

Monte Sano Hardware 

Paint — Hardware 
Sporting Goods 

1428 Monte Sano Avenue 
C. E. Blanchard 
Augusta, Georgia 



BENTLEY BROTHERS 
FURNITURE 

Broad at 11th Street 

"The Store of Friendly Service" 

Phone 2-5309 



Kings Way Pharmacy 

2107 Kings Way Phone 3-4456 

Augusta, Ga. 

Two Good Rexall Stores 

Monte Sano Pharmacy 

1426 Monte Sano Avenue 
Phone 6-2553 



Boardman Motors, Inc. 

1220 Broad Street Telephone 4-5533 

Augusta, Georgia 

Studebaker Sales and Service 



Compliments of 

Augusta Federal Savings 
And Loan Association 

Ground Floor 
Southern Finance Building 



Trulock Candy Company 

1533 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 

Fine Candies and Peanut 
Butter Sandwiches 

Distributors of 
Lay's 



Compliments of 



T. B. KING LUMBER 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 

SOUTHERN LUBRICATING COMPANY 

Distributors of 

Cities Service Products 

Valvoline Oil 



For Charter Service 
Dial 4-3543 

VALLEY COACHES 
INC. 

Xo. 12 Ninth Street 
Augusta, Georgia 




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Phone 4-3551 

When You Build or 

Remodel — Think of 


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Per 


vins Lumber Co. 

Vernon Maddox 

619 Thirteenth St. 

Augusta, Ga. 





Hutcheson-Bentley 
Furniture 

914 Telfair Street 

Phone 2-9995 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

HARRY H. BELL, JR. 

And 

JOHN C. BELL 



L. G. BALFOUR 


COMPANY 


Thad Wilkins Class 
Representative Rings 




Attleboro 
Massachusetts 


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RING COMMITTEE 
Left to right, Sue Mertins, Camilla Pasc 
Merry, Eleanor Hemstreet, Mary Sue Hill, 
Kilpatrick, Terry Bentley, Bill Harden, Bill 


hal, Elaine Hogan, Fran 
Jane McElmurray, Cree 
Kuhlke, Benny Fulcher. 



Compliments of 
Prescription Dept. 

MARKS Surgical Supplies, 
Inc. 

1429 Harper Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



YANCEY BROS. CO. 

"CATERPILLAR" Diesel Tractors 

Contractors' Equipment 

1781 15th Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

T. J. Carstarphen Co. 

— Wholesale — 

TOBACCO — DRUG SUNDRIES 

PAPER — CANDIES 

Phone 4-8211 1021 Telfair St. 



Fifth Avenue Shoppe 

"The Shoppe All Women Know" 

Where 

'The Most Beautiful Clothes Are Sold" 



829 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Augusta Hardware Co. 

A complete line of quality hardware 
at a reasonable price 

Phone 6-3375 2255 Milledgeville Rd. 



Compliments of 

GENERAL TIRE & 
SUPPLY CO. 

Broad at 12th Street 
Phone 2-6641 



General Electric Supply 
Company 

1547 15th Street 

Dial 6-8422 

A complete stock of Electrical 

Suplies to serve electrical 

contractors and industrial 

users. 



Carey F. Weathers 

TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 
Local and Long Distance Moving 

Operating in 28 States 

A COMPLETE MOVING SERVICE 

1268 Druid Park Ave. 

Phone 3-2211 



Compliments of 

Tri-State Augusta, Inc. 

International Industrial Power 

Olive Road 

Augusta, Ga. 



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Walker Motor Company 

"Your Ford Dealer" 

FORD CARS — TRUCKS 

SALES and SERVICE 

Used Car Headquarters 

Broad at 14th Street 

Phone 2-5371 



Records — Radios — Pianos 

Television — Electrical Appliances 

Refrigerators — Home Freezers — 

Ranges — Water Heaters — Fans — 

Irons — Washers — Musical Instruments 

and Accessories 

Tubes — Service — Parts 

Tompkins Music Co., Inc. 

Phone 2-7339 318 - 8th St. 



Stark-Empire Laundry 

LICENSED SANITONE CLEANER 

Cash and Carry Service 

Delivery Service 

Phone 3-3611 






Compliments of 

Southern Finance 
Corporation 

Realtors 

LOANS— REAL ESTATE 

RENTS— INSURANCE 



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Dial 4-5417 



Silbert Auto Supply Co. 



214-218 Sixth Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



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Compliments of 

Augusta Bottlers 
Association 



Augusta Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 

Canada Dry Bottling Co. 

Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. 

Royal Crown Bottling Co. 

7-Up Bottling Co. 





Compliments of 

Starr Smith Motors, Inc. 

DODGE — PLYMOUTH 
521 Broad Street 




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FINE 

FURNITURE 

Interior 

Decorating 

Carpet, 

Draperies 

564 Greene Street 



Compliments of 

Rhodes Furniture 
Company 

1051 Broad Street 
'Serving the South Since 1875" 



A. M. McAuliffe Chas I. (Mike) Mell, Jr. 

McAuliffe Realty Co. 

REAL ESTATE— RENTING 
SURETY BONDS— INSURANCE 

Dial 2-6086 

807 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Best Wishes 



Radio Station YVBIA 



NBC AFFILIATE 



Murphy & Robinson 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 
Member Opticians Guild 



Lobby S. F. C. Bldg. 



Dial 2-5641 



Robert Wilkinson 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

Commercial — Portraits — Weddings 



871 Broad St. 



Dial 2-3070 



THE RED AND YELLOW WRAPPER IS YOUR 

GUARANTEE OF BREAD OF THE 

HIGHEST QUALITY 

ClauSSeriS 




The South's Finest Bread Since 1941 



Star Luggage Shop 

FINE LEATHER GOODS AND GIFTS 
810 Broad Street 



Star Music Shop 

BAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
AND ACCESSORIES 

218 - Sth Street 



FARR'S CLOTHING 



'BUY FARR THE BEST" 



859 Broad Street 



Dial 2-7002 



Diamonds Watches Silverware 

BECKUM & JONES 

JEWELERS 

Augusta, Georgia 

857 Broad St. Dial 2-6707 



Compliments 

BOWEN BROS. 

THE STORE WHERE THE ENTIRE 
FAMILY LIKES TO SHOP 

905 Broad Street 



Compliments of 

WARREN WALKER 

JEWELER 

"The House of Fine Sterling" 

831 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



CARR OF AUGUSTA 

960 Broad Street 

AUGUSTA'S LARGEST AND 
LEADING SPECIALTY SHOP 



MARGARET ROSE, INC. 

LADIES APPAREL AND 
COSTUME JEWELRY 

Home Owned Store 

(Between Ellis and Greene Streets) 

Phone 4-7561 

304 - 8th Street Augusta, Ga. 






Compliments of 




TABB FINANCE CO. 




S. F. C. BUILDING 




Phone 2-35 


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WALTON PRINTING 
COMPANY 

117-119 Eighth Street 
Telephone 2-7892 
Augusta, Georgia 



Jack's Variety Stores 

THE STORE WITH 
1001 ITEMS 

1708 Walton Way 



Satcher's Food Store 

FANCY MEATS— GROCERIES 
FRESH PRODUCE — VARIETY SHOP 

1775 Kissingbower Road 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Printer: Walton Printing Company 

Engraver: Garden City Engraving Company 

Photographer: Wilkinson's Studio 

Cover Design: Peggy Cook, Nancie Marsh — Richmond Academy 






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Epilogue — All the world's a stage: 

"All the men and women merely players 
They have their entrances and their exits. 









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Rt 1, Box 234 
Augusta, Ga. 




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